DEO Clinic To Sponsor “Harvest Song” An Evening Of Acoustic Americana Music

Friday, September 8, 2017
On Sept. 16 at 7 p.m. Harvest Song, a benefit concert for the DEO Clinic will be held at the First Presbyterian Church, 101 S. Selvidge St. in the heart of Dalton. The concert will feature top regional songwriters -  Earl Brackin, Kathy Reed, Tiffany Taylor, Anthony Quails, Shawnessey Cargile, and Robert Thatcher.

“The listeners are in for a real treat”, says event organizer Tom Brown. “All of these songwriters have well crafted lyrics and strong melodies. Many of them have received awards for their creations and have gotten cuts from recording artists and bands.
” The singer songwriters will be sharing their songs and the stories and inspirations behind the songs. The event will also be family friendly. 

The concert will benefit the DEO Clinic, which just began its 13th year of service to the community. With over 70 medical and non-medical volunteers, the clinic is able to provide free medical services to qualifying low income uninsured residents of the Whitfield - Murray community. 

The tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Advance tickets are strongly recommended as seating is limited. Tickets for the event will be available in advance at the Dalton Freight Depot Gift Shop; Southern Accessories and Accents; and Clark, Davies, Easley and Pool Insurance.

For additional information about the event email deoclinic@yahoo.com or call 706-581-8025. To learn more about the DEO Clinic and its mission, visit www.deoclinic.org.

Sponsors for the event include The First Presbyterian Church of Dalton; Clark, Davies, Easley, and Pool Insurance Agency; Jevin’s Ace Hardware; Hope 93.3; Donald Jones Modern Woodmen of America; Dalton Print Shop; Laughter and Jones Financial Management; Dave and Pauli’s Art Emporium; The Convention and Visitors Bureau, WDNN; Bigham Discount Music; Professional Pharmacy; Sassy Goat Milk Soap, L & M Photography, Wyse Decisions, Southern Accents and Accessories, and Bee Mixxx Productions.


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