It’s that time of year again. We’ve seen the SAG awards, the Oscars, the Tony’s and more. But right here in Worth County we have unmatched, home-grown talent ready to entertain. And, once again, a one of a kind theatrical experience is presented for your entertainment.
Best Friends Humane Society in Worth County presents the Never Ready for Prime-Time Players in their 2018 performance “Trouble in Tumbleweed”. This farcical melodrama is set in 1875 and the citizens of Tumbleweed, Arizona are in for an unwelcome surprise that brings shenanigans and laughs galore. The all-star cast exceeds all expectations!
Tickets are now on available at the Chamber of Commerce, the BFHS Shelter or call 229.272.6200. This year sponsorships are also available for full, half or quarter tables. For more information on tickets or sponsorships use the number noted herein, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your ticket provides admission to the performance, heavy hors d'oevres & desserts, the Silent Auction and a complimentary drink coupon. Soft drinks and adult beverages will be available for purchase.
The stage is set at the beautiful Southern Woods Plantation. Doors open at 7:00pm on Friday, May 11 and tickets are limited. Don’t miss this opportunity for a fun filled evening while supporting Best Friends.
This annual event is a primary fundraiser for the Best Friends Humane Society in Worth County. It generates much needed revenue to provide care for the animals in our shelter. BFHS is a private, non-profit organization (TIN 26-0362430), and all donations and sponsorships are tax deductible. Officers and directors serve without compensation and ensure 100% of donations are used to meet the needs of animals in our care.
Best Friends sends a “Big Bark” thank you to the following local businesses for their sponsorship of the 2018 production of “Trouble in Tumbleweed”.
Gold sponsors are City of Sylvester, Farm Commodities/Ford Insurance and Stuart Pate State Farm Insurance. Silver sponsors are Jessie’s & Salon and Natural Solutions. Bronze sponsor is Sam Service, Inc.
For more information, to find out how you can help, or to become a sponsor contact Shelly McPhaul at the number noted above.