Thomasville Times Enterprise

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January 28, 2013

Concert to feature silent auction

THOMASVILLE — Staff report

THOMASVILLE — Friday’s “Concert for Jailah” will include many impressive items that will be a part of the fundraising effort.

“We have been contacting celebrities, companies, businesses, all kinds of folks for the last six months,” said concert organizer Bobby Dollar, one of the members of host band Root 3:16. “It has been inspiring to see so many of them offer their assistance as we try to help this brave young lady and her family.”

Dollar added that other additional items are still anticipated to arrive this week. A limited number of tickets for the concert that will feature Root 3:16, Jamie Nunnally, Marlesa Ball-Greiner, Shawn Walden and Courtney Upton are still on sale for only $10 at Appliance Consultants (formerly Bobby Dollar Appliance) and Rayann’s Christian bookstore.

The concert will begin at 7 p.m. An auction preview will begin at 6:15 p.m. The ticket price includes a barbecue supper.

See Tuesday's edition for list of auction items.

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