By Dee McKinsey—
MUNCIE, Ind. —Jennie DeVoe brings her unique brand of humor, story-telling and blues to the Cornerstone Center for the Arts, 520 West Main Street on Friday, Oct. 8, in a fundraiser for the Muncie Senior Citizens Center and Home Savers of Delaware County.
The Indianapolis-based DeVoe performs through the Midwest presenting original songs to enthusiastic audiences.
The performance begins at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 6 p.m.
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased through PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express, Tickets also are available firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the Muncie Senior Center at 765-289-0844.
Cornerstone has a mask-on policy for those in the building.
Jennie DeVoe is presented by the Muncie Delaware County Citizens Center and Home Savers of Delaware County. The event is sponsored by Northwest, Flowers Wholesale Paper Products, American Health Networks, Estep Burkey Simmons, LLC, Ron Lahody’s Steak House, Prime Trust Federal Credit Union, First Merchants, Meeks Mortuary & Crematory, Great Deals, Muncie Power Products Inc,, Lifestream Services Inc., Whitinger & Co. LLC., Shafer Leadership Academy, George Insurance Group., Dan and Jana Reno. Milissa Voss, and Rick and Lila Edmundson.
The mission of the Muncie Senior Center is to improve the quality of life for all persons 55 years of age and older in Delaware County and the surrounding areas by providing them with educational, recreational, health, and social activities and services. Home Savers provides free home repairs and handicap accessibility modifications for low income Delaware County homeowners.
Cornerstone Center for the Arts offers opportunities for creative expression for all through community and rental spaces in a historic setting. Thousands of area residents attend events, wedding and civic events, in addition to taking classes in art, dance and music. Cornerstone is home to the Muncie Symphony Orchestra, The Masterworks Chorale, the East Central Chamber Orchestra, America’s Hometown Band and The Bridge Church. For additional information go to www.cornerstonearts.org or call 765-281-9503.