Rock City Presents Muscular Dystrophy Association With Shamrock Donation

Friday, April 22, 2016 - by Meagan Jolley
Shown, from left to right are SRC Special Events Assistant Kyle Conkle, MDA Executive Director Ashley Davis, SRC Manager of Creative & Marketing Operations Kristen Behm, SRC Special Events Manager Jonathan Humble
Shown, from left to right are SRC Special Events Assistant Kyle Conkle, MDA Executive Director Ashley Davis, SRC Manager of Creative & Marketing Operations Kristen Behm, SRC Special Events Manager Jonathan Humble

See Rock City (SRC), Inc. joined MDA in its shamrocks for dystrophy program. During the month of March, guests at Rock City had the option of purchasing shamrocks to aid local families battling muscular dystrophy. SRC annually partners with MDA for its St. Patrick’s Day event Shamrock City, and this year raised the most so far, $3,000. Rock City thanks all of its guests and partners for giving and supporting these great efforts by MDA.  

 

 



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