Oct. 23—Looking for something fun Tuesday night? Great music for a great cause is on tap Tuesday, Oct. 24, as the Good Samaritan Health Clinic welcomes the award-winning Triumphant quartet for a family-friendly night of music and celebration at Northbrook Baptist Church.
The 7th annual Caring for Cullman Concert — the signature yearly fundraiser for the area's only uninsured-care health clinic — is a come-together community affair, featuring music from the Daystar Church praise team alongside the Triumphant Quartet. It's not the first time the decorated Southern Gospel group has lent its voice in support: The group, which includes West Point graduate Eric Bennett, has been a headlining attraction of the Caring for Cullman event for years.
The concert begins at 7 p.m. at Northbrook (3691 Alabama Highway 157 in Cullman), with doors opening at 6 p.m. Tickets are available for $25 at the door — or, if you're out and about prior to the concert, they can be purchased directly from the clinic (401 Arnold Street NE, Suite A in Cullman); the Yates Chance Christian Bookstore (1650 2nd Avenue SW in Cullman; or the Borden Family Pharmacy (3190 Alabama Highway 157 in Cullman).
Proceeds raised from the concert benefit the clinic, which works alongside local physicians and caregivers to provide basic medical care to uninsured members of the community. The clinic also offers dental extractions, mental health counseling, social services, hearing evaluations and vision care for high-risk individuals. Those wishing to make an additional donation to the clinic are invited to take part in a separate love offering at the event to help support the locally-operated nonprofit's mission.
For more information about the Good Samaritan Health Clinic and its services, visit the clinic's website at goodsamaritancullman.com.
Benjamin Bullard can be reached by phone at 256-734-2131 ext. 234.