Wakulla County Historical Society Presents Concert to Benefit Heritage Village Park
The Wakulla County Historical Society presents Lari White and Friends Wakulla Homecoming: A Heritage Event featuring Lari White, Chuck Cannon, Bryan Edwards, Rick Ott, Lindsay Sparkman, and Jerry Evans on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 7:00 PM in the auditorium of Wakulla High School, 3237 Coastal Highway, Crawfordville, Florida. Tickets are $35/$30/$20 each and will be available March 1 online at http://www.wakullahistory.org and at the box office during business hours. The event is A From The Heart Studio-Concert Production.
“This will be a spectacular event,” said Historical Society President Cathy Gray Frank “. . . we are overwhelmed by the generosity of such accomplished musicians, it would notbe possible without the tireless efforts of our volunteers and we appreciate everyone’s contribution.”
Murray McLaughlin, Vice President/Heritage Village Park, indicated that Lari White and Chuck Cannon are coming from Nashville to perform donating their time and talent for the event from which all proceeds will benefit Heritage Village Park. “Lari has deep roots in Wakulla County as her father, Larry White, was born and raised here and graduated Sopchoppy High School. Her grandparents Cortez and Rosebud White lived in Medart. Rosebud was one of the siblings who lived for a time in the McLaughlin House.” Chuck Cannon has family roots in Jefferson County. “Chuck with Lari as headline performers is a huge contribution for a successful event,” said Rick Ott, Concert Producer. http://www.chuckcannon.com
Read more about the Heritage Village at http://wakullahistory.org/heritagevillage.html