‘The Duster’, a variety show produced and presented by Three Rivers Health employees, will take to the stage of the Three Rivers Middle School auditorium Saturday evening (March 2nd).
The show, a fundraiser for the St. Joseph County United Way, will get underway at 6:30 p.m.
Lots of great, local talent will perform during a two-hour “entertainment frenzy” that promises to be “Two and a half times more fun than your average variety show.”
As noted by Director Luke Parsons during an interview with the River Country Journal, the show will offer a wide variety to entertainment: (Luke Parsons audio clip – :29)
Admission is $15 per person.
The show will be preceded by a Pancake Dinner in the middle school cafeteria, beginning at 5 p.m. The donation for dinner is $5.
The evening will also offer an opportunity to “meet some of your favorite agencies.” Keystone Place, Community Healing Center, Carnegie Center, Children’s Concerns, the Literacy Council, Camp Wakeshma, Domestic and Sexual Abuse Services, Boy Scouts, 211 and many more of the agencies that receive support through the United Way will be on hand to provide information about their services.
To hear the interview with Luke Parsons – conducted by Bruce Snook of the River Country Journal – click here (3:22 – 3.08 MB).