While these services receive a grant from the Area Agency on Aging
of Lincolnland and local support from the Logan County senior tax
and United Way, the programs must find additional revenues annually
in order to operate. As a matter of fact, the major funding sources
require a show of local support through additional funding. All
proceeds from this event are going to the Logan County and Mason
County Senior Nutrition and Transportation programs that have been
coordinated by Community Action for over 30 years.
The March 21
event at 217 N. Limit will feature Jimmy Buffett-inspired live
musical entertainment by a new entertainer this year, "The World’s
Most Dangerous One Man Band," along with a comedic performance from
Mason City Limits Comedy Club. The event will feature as many
cheeseburgers as you can eat, raffles, live auctions and more.
"We look forward to seeing everyone out having a great time as we
support our local seniors," said Angela Stoltzenburg, executive
director of Community Action. "We’ve sold out the past two years so
we encourage people to contact us right away for tickets." Tickets
are on sale now for $25 each.
Businesses, organizations and private individuals also have an
opportunity to support the seniors through table sponsorships,
raffle donations and the purchase of VIP table packages.
To find out more or to purchase tickets, call 217-732-2159, ext.
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[Text from file received from
Community Action Partnership of