The 12th Annual Barbeque and Bluegrass Bash in February will feature food, music, and entertainment, and it will raise money to help abused and neglected children in Anderson, Blount, and Scott counties.
It’s a fundraiser for CASA of the Tennessee Heartland. This year’s bash is at 6 p.m. Saturday, February 21, at a new venue—205 Main Street in Clinton.
A full barbecue buffet dinner will be provided along with decadent desserts, a press release said. Silent and live auctions will include vacation packages, Raku Pottery from Bill Capshaw, fine jewelry, and many baskets and packages of interest.
“The Ridge City Ramblers will be providing live music, and there will even be instructed line dancing,” the release said. “We hope you make plans to join us!”
This event supports the work of CASA in aiding abused or neglected children in Anderson, Blount, and Scott counties who come under court protection.
Tickets are $50 per person or $350 for a table of eight. Tickets include food, drinks, and entertainment, and they can be purchased online at www.casatnh.org, by calling (865) 425-0888, or in person at any of the CASA offices.
Copyright 2015 Oak Ridge Today. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Leave a Reply