2013 Bownes Memorial FOR KIDS' SAKE Variety Show
One of the most highly anticipated events, this semi-annual event is held every other year to showcase young talent from the community and
benefits nursery and pediatric care at Cullman Regional Medical Center. It is an "audition only" children's talent showcase in which the most gifted and talented children from our community provide an evening of fund and entertainment for about 500 attendees. The showcase is held bi-annually and both corporate and individual sponsorship opportunities are available. Encourage your talented youngster, friend or family to participate in this fun and entertaining event.
The Cullman Regional Medical Center Foundation proudly announces the 13th Bownes Memorial For Kids’ Sake Variety Show at 2 p.m. on Saturday, February 16 in the Wallace State Community College Betty Leeth Haynes Student Center.
More than 50 local youth will showcase their unique talents in an entertaining program of music enthusiasts, and all proceeds will benefit nursery and pediatric care at CRMC. This popular event has raised more than $100,000 for the care of local infant and pediatric patients since its inception in 1993.
Program direction and event support for the 2013 Variety Show is provided by a variety of individuals, the community and members of the CRMC Service Guild, a local organization of volunteers who assist CRMC and its Foundation in fundraising for our community hospital. Additionally, pediatric and nursery department employees will greet guests and performers on this special night.
The doors open at 1:30 p.m., and entertainment begins at 2 p.m. This year’s emcees are Shirley Quattlebaum, Event Chair and Rachel Persall, Ms. Cullman County Fair.
Admission to the For Kids’ Sake Variety Show is $5 in advance and $10 at the door. Purchase tickets in advance from any performer or from the CRMC Foundation Office, located on the first floor of CRMC Professional Office Building I near Subway.
For additional information on the For Kids' Sake event, contact the CRMC Foundation office at (256) 737-2565 or via e-mail