On Saturday, June 19, the classic rock ‘n roll band Concealed Damage will be hosting a free concert to benefit Miracle Hill Overcomers addiction recovery center. Concert for a Cause IV will take the audience down memory lane with some of the greatest rock songs of all time. The show will be from 7:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. at the parking lot of Jeff Lynch Appliance and TV Center, on Roper Mountain Road.
With the support of remarkable sponsors - His Radio 89.3, WSPA, WYFF, Miracle Hill Ministries and Jeff Lynch Appliance & TV Center, the performance is guaranteed to be a fun, family friendly event. His Radio 89.3 will be there live and food trucks will be on site - so come early for dinner. All attendants are encouraged to bring a chair. While the concert is free, donations are appreciated and will benefit Miracle Hill’s addiction recovery program for men: Overcomers.
With one of the highest success rates in the nation, Overcomers averages 100 graduates annually, and more than 60% of them move into transitional housing offered by Miracle Hill. Transitional housing allows graduates to remain near jobs, transportation, and their supporting churches. Mark and Sarah Lynch, members of the band, have a heart for the addiction recovery program, and additional to hosting regular charity events, Lynch’s company hires Overcomers that have graduated from the program to build job skills and work experience.
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