CPHC 2nd Annual ‘Country in the Park’ Charity Event Being Held August 25th – HomeTown TV12

CPHC 2nd Annual ‘Country in the Park’ Charity Event Being Held August 25th

CPHC 2nd Annual ‘Country in the Park’ Charity Event Being Held August 25th

Community & Primary Health Care (CPHC) to host an afternoon of country music. Featuring seven very talented, and well known country performers.

Athens – CPHC is stretching out the afternoon of August. 25th for an outdoor country music event, featuring seven well known country singers who will perform outside at Athens Centennial Park – located at 35 Henry St. in Athens (near Centre 76 Arena).

Country in the Park is a CPHC charity event with an amazing line-up of performances by Jordy Jackson, Danny Sylvestre, Craig Curtis, Brea Lawrenson, Julie Serre de St Jean, Angie Halladay, and Ron & Joy Edgeley. The Athens Lions Club together with the Brockville and Area Kinsman, will be donating their services hosting a bar and BBQ for the event.

All proceeds from the bar and BBQ will be designated to CPHC.

“Last year’s Country in the Park was a huge hit. At the end of the event everyone kept coming up and telling us how much they enjoyed it and that they can’t wait for the 2nd Annual.” Says CPHC’s Fundraising Developer Crystal Sled. “When planning our 2nd Annual I didn’t want to let anyone down…I knew I had to ask our performers from last year Craig, Angie, Ron & Joy and of course Jordy. Then I decided to stretch out the afternoon event into the evening, by adding new country performers like Julie Serre de St Jean, Danny Sylvestre who is also bringing his band, and the very talented Brea Lawrenson. With this line-up, the only disappointment will be from those who don’t attend.”

Event details… the gates will open at 10:00am, with performances starting at 11:00am. The event will end around 9:00pm. Bring your lawn chairs/blankets to sit on, and perhaps a small umbrella for shade. Tickets are $20 each and can be purchased at CPHC Brockville (613)342-3693 ext. 2072, Blanchard’s Garage in Athens, Willards Bakery in Athens or online at Snap’d 1000 Islands.

CPHC has been providing strength, hope, and empowerment to seniors for over 100 years. Whether it’s you, your neighbor, a family member or a friend, at some point in your life, you or someone you know will benefit from at least one of the many programs that CPHC delivers throughout Lanark, Leeds & Grenville. CPHC’s mandate is to provide services that enable seniors to live in their own homes and communities for as long and healthy as possible, while maintaining their safety with independence and dignity. To learn more about CPHC community Support Services & programs, to volunteer, or to discuss an event or partnership call (613)342-3693.

“This year’s event is going to be so entertaining. I am absolutely thrilled by the line-up of singers we have coming to perform. Thanks to them we are very hopefully this event will bring in a huge crowed, which in turn will truly help our charity.” Says Rosemary Nichol, Executive Director for CPHC.

Funding for CPHC programs has been provided by the South East Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs), United Way Leeds & Grenville, client/business fees, private donations and special events. CPHC is a non-profit, registered charitable organization.

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