Philanthropies


Country Tonite Theatre is having area appreciation days now through Nov. 13, offering a $10 ticket rate to all area residents of Sevier and surrounding counties. Kids 12 and younger admitted free. Proceeds will benefit the Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic. Showtimes are 8 p.m. each day and additional 3 p.m. shows on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic is a nonprofit organization that provides quality medical and dental care at greatly reduced costs to Sevier County residents and employees who lack health insurance. Area counties include: Anderson, Blount, Cocke, Claiborne, Greene, Grainger, Hamblen, Hancock, Hawkins, Jefferson, Knox, Loudon, Roane, Sevier and Union. Must show proof of employment or residency to receive this special rate. For more information and reservations call 865-453-2003.

It's time to purchase Souper Bowl XIII tickets to benefit the United Way of Sevier County at a home-cooked meal Nov. 29 in Arrowmont's dining hall. One of the joys of the event is choosing an original hand-crafted bowl that's yours to keep! Ticket prices include meal and handmade bowl to take home. Lunch: 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., tickets $30. Dinner: 5-6:30 p.m., tickets $35. Call 865-436- 5860 to purchase tickets.

Arby's will continue its tradition of supporting Tennessee families facing Alzheimer's disease. Today through Dec. 12 all customers who donate $1 to Alzheimer's Tennessee will receive a coupon for a free Arby's slider at their next visit. The coupons may be redeemed for any of six slider flavors at participating Arby's restaurants throughout East Tennessee.

On Nov. 22, the Wears Valley Area Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Give Thanks Dinner. Anyone who would like to participate as a volunteer or purchase tickets should call 865-428-1315. All the funds from ticket sales will benefit the Wears Valley Volunteer Fire Department. If you purchase a ticket and would like to donate the ticket to a friend or family or someone you know who needs help, just let WVACC know. The Dinner will take place at Cove Creek RV Resort, 3293 Wears Valley Road, Sevierville, from 4:30-7 p. …

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