MALPASS BROTHERS IN CONCERT
The Washington County Concert Association is proud to present one of the hottest traditional country / bluegrass bands in the South – The Malpass Brothers of North Carolina. They will be in concert with their traveling band on Thursday evening, March 21st
, in the Oconee Fall Line Technical College Auditorium at 7:30 PM.
The Malpass Brothers are selling out venues on their current tour because word is spreading that they are THE authentic traditional country band. We have literally gotten calls and emails from all over the state for people who are driving to Sandersville next Thursday to see the Malpass Brothers again (we have sold over 40 advance tickets to out of towners).
Come see why the Raleigh News & Observer says “Retrobilly duo The Malpass Brothers are the closest thing to Nashville’s Golden Age since the passing of Merle Haggard in 2016. In fact, Haggard took a liking to the Goldsboro siblings and invited them to record at his California ranch. With their carefully textured coifs and colorful suits, the Malpass boys look like the music they sing, from honky-tonk classics to old-time gospel.” SteelGuitarForum.com says “May be just the kind of effort that saves country music from complete pop oblivion.” Roothog Radio notes “These guys don’t just sound retro. They are retro.”
Come see what the fuss is all about. Members of the Washington County Concert Association are of course admitted with their memberships. If you are not a member, you can buy a one-time ticket at the door for $25. Children and students are admitted free.
THANKS TO OUR MAJOR SPONSOR FOR THIS CONCERT – REAL COUNTRY WACO 100 FM!
We are now looking for contestants for our 2nd Annual RFL Bearded Ladies Women-less Pageant, which will take place at our Relay Event for 2019!
For more information and/or registration forms, contact:
Michelle Cooper 478-232-9770
Gerri Brantley 478-232-5368
Or Dawn Smith 478-232-7379
Contestants must be registered by March 29 in order for us to plan accordingly.
Share and tag someone who you think could be the best "bearded lady" of Relay!
Gates open at 5:00 p.m. and Rodeo begins at 7:00 p.m.
Admission: Under 5 free, Adults $15, Youth $10, at Gate.
Advance Tickets 20% off at any Smith Farm Supply location.
Sanctioned Contest Events: Bareback Riding, Calf Roping, Steer Wrestling, Saddle Bronc Riding, Barrel Racing, Team Roping, Bull Riding.
Sponsored By: Washington County Ag Center
Produced By: Hedrick Rodeo Company, Madisonville, Tennessee - Danny and Jessica, and their children, son Justin and daughter Emily, are celebrating 16 years in producing rodeos.
Inaugural 5K and One-Mile Walk
Join us for the inaugural Terminator 5K and One-Mile walk on Saturday, April 20, 2019, in Sandersville, GA. All proceeds from this event will be donated to The Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke University Medical Center to further their research on the treatment and cure for brain cancer.
The Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center conducts groundbreaking research, offers clinical trials, provides innovative treatments, and takes an aggressive approach to the care of individuals with brain tumors. At Duke, there is HOPE!
In November 2017, I, Pam Stewart, was diagnosed with Stage IV Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM). GBM is often referred to as “The Terminator”, hence the name of the race. Since my diagnosis, I have received outstanding care from some of the best medical professionals at Duke University. Thanks to my medical team, I have remained tumor free for fifteen months, and I feel compelled to aid in the search for a cure for brain tumors and brain cancer.
Join us on Saturday, April 20, 2019, in Sandersville, Georgia, to raise critical funds to support cutting edge brain cancer research being completed at Duke University. Help us TERMINATE
The run/walk will start and finish at Brentwood School.
725 Linton Road
Sandersville, GA 31082
For more information or to register, please contact us at TheTerminator5K@gmail.com