Sons Of The Pioneers Have Dinner And Show Benefiting Ooltewah High School Band

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Sons of the Pioneers will perform at Bill Hullander Farms Feb. 21 and 22 at 6:30 p.m.  The dinner and show will benefit the Ooltewah High School Band. 

Tickets are $550 for a table of eight or $300 for a table of four.  Individual tickets are $85.  A table of eight with a group photo with the Sons of the Pioneers is $600.

Tickets are available by calling 553-0561. 

Bill Hullander Farms is at 10944 London Lane in Apison. 



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