All-ages show sponsored by Q100
KNOXVILLE (July 3, 2013) — Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett’s office is working with several local TV and radio stations to organize a telethon to benefit Mobile Meals on July 29. As part of that effort, Knox County Commissioner Mike Hammond and Q100 Today’s Continuous Country have teamed up to host a benefit concert featuring Cassadee Pope, last year’s winner of NBC’s The Voice.
The all-ages, family-friendly concert will be Monday, July 22 at the Cotton Eyed Joe. Admission is $5. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show begins at 8 p.m. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
“This concert is a great way to help support the work of Mobile Meals, and it wouldn’t be possible without Commissioner Hammond, Q100 and the Cotton Eyed Joe,” said Mayor Burchett.
“Cassadee has been involved in stamping out hunger through her record label, Republic Nashville, and we are very pleased and excited that Cassadee has chosen to extend that work to Knox County by helping to raise money for Mobile Meals,” said Q100 Program Director and Knox County Commissioner Mike Hammond.
More information about Q100 can be found at http://www.q100country.com.
More information about Cassadee Pope can be found at http://www.cassadeepope.com.
About Mobile Meals
Mobile Meals serves noon meals, five days a week and on holidays, to senior citizens in Knoxville and Knox County who are at least 60 years old, who cannot cook for themselves and have no one to prepare meals for them.
More information about Mobile Meals can be found at http://www.knoxseniors.org.