Magnolia Place Assisted Living continues to support community

Magnolia Place Assisted Living continues to support community

Posted: Wednesday, October 3, 2012 5:00 pm

Magnolia Place Assisted Living in Union City is a locally-owned non-profit organization that has served the needs of senior adults for over a decade.
David Johnson, administrator of Magnolia Place, said the local business has always supported the local community, purchasing from local businesses when possible. Now Magnolia Place is in a position to monetarily support community endeavors and has made donations to the Obion County Senior Citizens Center and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Tennessee.
Magnolia Place recently made a significant donation in the form of a corporate sponsorship to Community Concert Association of Union City/Obion County. With the donation, the association will be bringing Papa Doo Run Run to the Union City Civic Auditorium March 9, 2013, at 7:30 p.m. The group has been performing continuously since 1965. All their members have performed and recorded with Jan & Dean and The Beach Boys for three decades.
What makes Papa Doo Run Run different from other bands with similar claims is that they’ve been working continuously for over four decades, and on their own they’ve released 10 albums and a dozen singles and earned two gold records and a Grammy nomination.
Papa Doo Run Run’s high energy, highly interactive show features classic rock, plus their award winning re-creation of the hits of the Beach Boys. They never fail to get the entire audience on their feet, singing along at the top of their lungs, a spokesman for the group said.
Memberships are still available for the local concert series, which also includes performances by Masters of Motown on Nov. 17 and VoicePlay on April 20, 2013.
Membership tickets are available for $95 per family, $45 for adults, $40 for seniors or $25 for students. Patron memberships include Eighth Note $100-$249, Quarter Note $250-499, Half Note $500-999 and Full Note $1,000 and above. Patron memberships will be listed in the program for each concert. Membership tickets and patron memberships are available by calling Mike Cox at (731) 536-4569 or Chuck Doss at (731) 886-1155. Membership tickets and individual tickets may also be purchased from Sandra Harris at Lanzer Printing and Office Supply in downtown Union City. The $20 individual tickets will be available at the door should any seats remain.
Membership holders may also attend reciprocal performances in Dyersburg. Those remaining shows include Thomas Pandolfi on Feb. 16, 2013, and The Marvelous Wonderettes on April 9, 2013.
For more information, visit www.communityconcertuc.org. Published in The Messenger 10.3.12

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