Ronnie Dunn Does His Part To Help The Children.
On November 8, Ronnie Dunn performed to a sold out Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center in Bowling Green benefiting the charities of the third annual Holiday Bash.
The Holiday Bash charity began in 2010 as a joint venture of Commonwealth Broadcasting, WBKO-TV and United Country Auctions to raise much needed money for children’s charities in the weeks immediately before Christmas. In a tremendous outpouring of support, the Southern Kentucky community has embraced Holiday Bash with open arms to the benefit of local charities including Boys and Girls Clubs, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, United Way, and many more.
Many of the children who are directly impacted by the generosity of the local community through these charities were on hand to meet Dunn and thank him in person prior to his performance.
“This is an extraordinary collaboration of efforts to the great benefit of all charities involved and in turn, to all the children and families who rely on the work done by these charities,” shares Dunn. “I’m happy to do my part and hope for the continued success of Holiday Bash.”
In addition to the Dunn concert, Holiday Bash will host a dinner at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green on November 30 with both a live and a silent auction. Select auction items, including University of Kentucky tickets, trips to New York City, Las Vegas, Hawaii, and Florida, autographed memorabilia from Charlie Daniels, Tim McGraw, and Rascal Flatts are open for bidding now on proxibid.com . Additional auction items will be posted and open during live bidding for those unable to attend.
If y’all are in the Kentucky area or just love to help a good cause look into this dinner!