Hometown Radio Executive, Mike Hammond hosts country charity concert
KNOXVILLE - Mike Hammond and Q93 will host the “Mike Hammond Concert for Charity” on Thursday, October 25 to benefit Bethany Christian Services of Knoxville (BCS) and the Helen Ross McNabb Center (HRMC). The event, to be held at the Valarium, will feature country artists Rodney Atkins, Scotty McCreery, and the Lost Trailers.
Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the show will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are on sale for $32.50 general admission for ages 18 and older. Tickets can be purchased at www.thevalarium.com
Both HRMC and BCS are involved members of the East Tennessee community and provide a variety of essential services to benefit local citizens.
Bethany Christian Services of East Tennessee is a not-for-profit, pro-life, Christian adoption and family services agency serving the eastern geographical area of Tennessee and southwest Virginia and began in East Tennessee in 1991. Services include Domestic and International Adoption, Embryo Adoption, Birthparent Counseling, Temporary Foster Care, Safe Families for Children program, and Post-Adoptive Support services for both children and families. Bethany Christian Services was founded in 1944 in Grand Rapids, Michigan and is the largest adoption agency in the world. For more information about BCS, visit www.bethany.org/easttennessee or call 865-588-5283.
Since 1948, the Helen Ross McNabb Center has provided compassionate and quality mental health care services. Over the years the Center has grown into a regional not-for-profit, integrated system of care providing mental health care, addiction and co-occurring treatment, and recovery and social services for nearly 12,000 children, adults and families. As we begin our 64th year of providing services to communities in East Tennessee, our mission remains clear and simple; “Improving the lives of the people we serve.” For more information, visit www.mcnabbcenter.org or call 865-637-9711.