CHANNEL 44 NEWS: Auditions Begin for the Arc of Evansville’s Benefit

first_imgAuditions Begin for the Arc of Evansville’s BenefitNOVEMBER 12TH, 2016 BRI WILLIAMS EVANSVILLE, INDIANA Singers, dancers, beat boxers and more try out for this year’s “Really Big Show”“Tri-State’s Got Talent” was held at Eastland Mall in Evansville. The event is an audition for the Arc of Evansville’s benefit.The event accepted walk up auditions and performers had 90 seconds to complete their tryout.Denise Seibert says, “Big shows and events like this are really important to the Arc of Evansville. We serve children and adults here in our community so days like today and events like these not only help us raise awareness about that but also help us raise funding for our services for the Arc of Evansville.“The Really Big Show” is February 11TH at the Old National Events Plaza.Drumstick Dash Kicks off in Downtown EvansvilleNOVEMBER 12TH, 2016 BRI WILLIAMS EVANSVILLE, INDIANA It was a chilly morning for the Drumstick Dash in downtown Evansville. More than 100 runners laced up their shoes for the 4th annual walk and run.The event benefits the Evansville Rescue Mission’s Thanksgiving Gobbler Gathering happening in less than two weeks.The Gobbler Gathering distributes boxed Thanksgiving meals to more than 2,000 tri-state families.President and CEO says, “Today is our fourth annual Drumstick Dash and a great morning for this. This is a benefit for our Gobbler Gathering which is coming up, where we will distribute 2,201 food boxes and these are 70 LBS of food boxes to the people in our community that really need some assistance this time of year. We’re excited to be out here raising some money and raising some awareness of the Evansville Rescue Mission.”TheFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img

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