Cody Purvis concert at Waynesboro Golf & Country Club to help United Way program

Waynesboro Golf & Country ClubWaynesboro Golf & Country Club will host the first of its Celebrate Music Under the Stars summer concert series on Saturday, June 29.

SweetWater will be the opening band for headliner Cody Purvis.  There will be food and beverages available at the event, children are welcome, and you do not need to be a member of the Waynesboro Golf & Country Club to enjoy this event.

A percentage of the proceeds will go towards the United Way of Greater Augusta’s “Stuff the Bus”, a campaign to ensure our local public schools have the needed school supplies for children whose families may not be able to provide such items.

“Stuff the Bus” happens during tax-free weekend, Aug. 2-4, at the Staunton and Waynesboro Walmart.

The concert will be on Saturday, June 29, from 6-10 p.m. at Waynesboro Golf & Country Club located at 1117 Meadowbrook Rd, Waynesboro.  General Admission tickets are $25, VIP Reserved Seating tickets are $35, children 5 and under are free.  You may purchase tickets at Waynesboro Golf & Country Club or online through their Facebook page – @waynesborogolfclub.

Use the code “CODY” and you will receive $10 off any general admission ticket.  The United Way of Greater Augusta will be there to collect school supplies for Stuff the Bus, so attendees are encouraged to bring new school supplies to the event to help support local Waynesboro Public Schools.

For additional information, contact Kristi Williams at Kristi.williams@unitedway.org or Amanda Bradley at amandabradley02@gmail.com.



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