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(AdStory) 8th Annual Bull Run Musicfest is Sat 29 Jul 2017


The Eighth Annual Bull Run Charity Musicfest, will be held Saturday, July 29, 2017, at 1601 Bull Run Road, Columbia, KY. Gates open at 5pmCT. The auction starts at 8pmCT. $10/Carload/Food Available. - Easton Bryant

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By Easton Bryant

The Bull Run Charity MusicFest raised $15,000 last year for our community and we'd love to see a number like that again! The mission isn't to change the world, but to give a families in our community a helping hand when they need it most.


BRCMF started in 2010 as an event to help the Relay for Life team of Sarah Irvin Gardner. Since then, it has become an annual event that has raised over $70,000 for charity. 100% of proceeds stay local for those in need in our community.

Out of respect for their circumstances, funds are given to individual and family beneficiaries privately. These gifts are dispersed throughout the year by a diverse group of people who are attuned to needs in Adair County.

Bull Run Charity has made significant contributions to these local organizations: Adair County Schools Family Resource Centers, The Agape House, and J.O.Y. Ministries. We love the vision of these groups and they do great works in our community.

The past year's beneficiaries include various individuals and families who had missed extended days of work due to illness or injury as well as victims of house fires. Bull Run Charity provided meals to a family who suffered a devastating loss and provided a wheelchair ramp to an individual who was transitioning from long term care to home after a evastating diagnosis. The examples could continue, but the point is if you contribute to Bull Run Charity, that contribution WILL make a positive impact in our community.

BRCMF merchandise is for sale at both North Century Pharmacy and Century Medicines in Columbia.

If you're thinking of donating toward the auction, there's still time and items are gladly accepted!

All musicians involved are donating their time and talents at no cost.

Come out and support this initiative that helps your friends, families, and neighbors throughout the year.

Contacts: eastonbryant@yahoo.com or call 270-380-1230, 8:30am-5:30pmCT. Mailed donations:
Bull Run Charity
3058 Campbellsville Road<
Columbia, KY 42728
Thanks.
/s/ - Easton Bryant.


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(AdPhoto) 8th Annual Bull Run Charity Musicfest Sat 20 Jul 2019



2017-07-26 - 1601 Bull Run Road, Columbia, KY - Photo from Easton Bryant.
The Eighth Annual Bull Run Charity Musicfest, will be held Saturday, July 29, 2017, at 1601 Bull Run Road. Gates open at 5pmCT, with the auction starting at 8pmCT. The program will feature The Sterlings Band, Thin Line, John Capps and more. The charity musicfest is an initiative to lend a helping hand. Over $70,000 has been raised since 2010. All funds raised help individuals and families in our community - 100% local. $10/Carload/Food Available. - Easton Bryant

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