Friday, August 8, 2014

Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity Announces Wynonna Judd as Featured Entertainer for Celebration Dinner

Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity announces five-time Grammy award-winning artist Wynonna Judd will perform an acoustic set at the upcoming Building Hope Celebration Dinner presented by Pioneer Natural Resources, a Texas-style celebration in support of the 2014 Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project on Thursday, October 9 at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys.
 
Event chairmen Lynn and Allan McBee, along with honorary chairmen Karen and Stephen Jones, will welcome 1,000 attendees for this special evening.  Highlights will include a sponsor reception presented by Amanda and G. Brint Ryan, cocktails, multi-course dinner on the field and performance by the inimitable Wynonna. 
 
Five-time Grammy winner and New York Times bestselling author, Wynonna has always revolved her career around telling stories.  Whether performing alongside her mother as one half of the legendary duo The Judds, or pushing the boundaries on her own mega-successful solo path, Wynonna’s ability to reach the heart of the human spirit through her bold and unflinching honesty, is the entertainer’s true gift.
 
The Building Hope Celebration Dinner supports the 2014 Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project, where thousands of volunteers will help to build hope for low-income families in North Texas the week of October 5-11, 2014. 
 
For 30 years, former President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, have given a week of their time to help Habitat for Humanity improve and build homes throughout the world. The Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project helps raise awareness for the critical need for simple, decent and affordable housing.  Throughout the week of October 5-11, thousands of volunteers from around the world will join President and Mrs. Carter to help build or repair more than 100 homes in Dallas and Fort Worth.
 
Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity and Trinity Habitat for Humanity are honored to be the host sites for the Carter Work Project, which will take place in the East Oak Cliff neighborhood in Dallas and the Central Meadowbrook neighborhood in Fort Worth.
 
Sponsorships begin at $2,500; individual tickets are $250 each.   To purchase tickets or sponsorships, visit cwpdallasfortworth.org

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