Get ready for a great evening of entertainment with ‘The Duster’, a Three Rivers Health variety show set for Saturday evening (March 2nd) at Three Rivers Middle School!
The show – produced and presented by hospital employees as a St. Joseph County United Way fundraiser – will get underway at 6:30 p.m. in the middle school auditorium.
The ‘Sing into Spring . . . United Way Fling’ promises to be ‘Two-and-a-half times more fun than your average variety show!’
During an interview with the River Country Journal, Bill Russell, CEO of Three Rivers Health, noted that the show will feature a wide variety of entertainment: (Bill Russell audio clip – :35)
In talking about the array of talent that will be presented in the course of the show, Russell said, “We have animals. We have children. We have instrumental things. We have some skits. We have some music, some vocal music, so, yes, it’s a fairly broad variety of entertainment.”
Preceding the show, the Boy Scouts will serve a pancake dinner in the cafeteria, beginning at 5 p.m., for $5.
General admission to ‘The Duster’ is $15 – $10 for children, children 2 and under FREE.
To get your tickets for the event, contact Kathy Jones at (269) 273-9602 or Kelly Hostetler at (269) 467-9099.
Russell said, “We’re hoping this will become an annual fundraiser for the United Way of St. Joseph County.”
For additional insights about ‘The Duster’, click on the following link to hear the interview with Bill Russell, recorded by Bruce Snook of the River Country Journal: Bill Russell interview (4:10 – 3.82 MB).
To download a poster for the variety show, click here.