By Matthew Moore

JACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – Bridges to Recovery, a local organization committed to aiding women in addiction recovery, is set to host an engaging event aimed at supporting its cause. On Tue. March 19, at 7pm, the community is invited to Campbell County High School for a night of karaoke and camaraderie.

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Dubbed “Karaoke for a Cause,” the event promises an entertaining evening as contestants take the stage to showcase their vocal talents. Among the lineup are notable performers such as the Ayers sisters, the Other Ayers Sisters, Josh Parker, Brooke Goddard, Dewayne Gibson, Olivia Lobertini, the Zupanic family, and Vanessa Dupuy. The Pastor trio of Billy Smith, Chris Thomas, and Joey St John are also set to participate.

Attendees will have the opportunity to cheer on their favorites and cast their votes while enjoying the lively performances. With a variety of acts and participants, organizers assure that the event will be enjoyable for all ages.

Proceeds from ticket sales, priced at $17.50, will directly contribute to Bridges to Recovery’s mission. The organization provides a structured 12-month residential program designed to support women in their journey towards sobriety and healthy living. By fostering a safe environment and offering crucial support, Bridges to Recovery aims to eliminate the stigma surrounding addiction and reintegrate successfully recovered individuals as positive role models within the community.

Through attendance and support, community members can actively contribute to the redemption of women struggling with addiction and the restoration of families affected by its impact. Tickets are available for purchase through Eventbrite, offering a chance to make a meaningful difference while enjoying a night of entertainment.