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Event benefiting LifeSpan Resources features local singers who take to the stage


The Oct. 29 event, which benefits LifeSpan Resources – a non profit agency serving the elderly and those with disabilities in the southern Indiana area – will be held at Horseshoe Southern Indiana and features local singers who are vying for the coveted trophy prize by working to raise the most money for the charity.

“We are so excited about this year’s event,” said Lora Clark, Executive Director of LifeSpan Resources. “We have four local ‘celebrity’ judges in Mark Maxwell from Maxwell’s House of Music and The Crashers; Jerry Finn of the Horseshoe Foundation; Leslie Lewis-Sheets of LL&A InteriorDesigns; and Angie Fenton, editor-in-chief of Extol Magazine and host of WHAS11’s Great Day Live.”

And yes, Clark added, the red swivel chairs will be back, just like on the TV show, “The Voice.”

The evening’s highlights will feature musical performances presented by eight local performers. They include family physician Dr. Mike Bittenbender; licensed pilot and UPS Aircraft maintenance instructor Wayne Fulton; professional hair stylist Kimberly Glyn; The Juice Box Heroes’ rocker Sydney Magers; Business Development Executive at MCM Doug Helm; Executive Director of Scottsburg’s Planning and Zoning April Ramoni; Kimberly Roby of Rodefer Moss & Co.; and Real Estate/Broker at Schuler Bauer, Dayna Ashley.

The event will also include a wine pull, raffle, silent auction and a delicious, plated dinner, in addition to the entertaining singing competition. It promises to be an evening focused on having fun and fundraising and not a competition, other than who can raise the most money.

To purchase tickets of support your singer of choice by making a donation, visit Bidpal.net/voiceandvino. To learn more about LifeSpan Resources, go to lsr14.org.Extol_29_Final images_Page_015_Image_0009

Voice & Vino

Benefiting LifeSpan Resources

Oct. 29

Horseshoe Southern Indiana

Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; dinner at 6:15 p.m.; performances begin at 7 p.m.


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