Denim & Diamonds raises money for Columbus Hospice

Dminty@ledger-enquirer.comJuly 1, 2012 

Pair your best cowboy boots with a cute dress and get ready for this year's Denim & Diamonds benefit.

Columbus Hospice brings Travis Tritt and Diamond Rio to the dinner and concert on Saturday, July 21, at the Columbus Civic Center.

Proceeds from the event go to Columbus Hospice, 7020 Moon Road, which cares for patients with a limited life expectancy who need services from professional health-care providers. Patients are cared for at home, at nursing homes or at the Columbus Hospice House with services provided by a team of physicians, nurses, home-health aides, counselors, social workers, chaplains, and trained volunteers on a 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week basis.

Headliner Tritt is known for hit songs "Best of Intentions," "Can I Trust My Heart," "Anymore," "Help Me Hold On" and "Foolish Pride." Diamond Rio's hits include "One More Day," "Meet Me in the Middle," and "I Believe."

To give her readers an idea of what to wear to this year's event, Caity Roberts and Emily Allmond show us a couple of their favorite Western styles.

Caity Roberts will attend Columbus Technical College in the fall. She plans to study nursing.

Emily Allmond will be a junior at Brookstone this fall.

Denim & Diamonds

When: Saturday, July 21. Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. Concert starts at 8 p.m. with Diamond Rio opening for Travis Tritt.

Tickets:

Diamond sponsor: Two tables for a total of 16 guests cost $6,000 for first and second row seating.

Gold sponsor: One table for eight costs $3,000 for third, fourth and fifth row seating.

Silver sponsor: One table for eight costs $1,500 for middle section seating.

Table sponsor: One table with eight seats costs $1,000 for dinner and concert with back section seating

Individual seats: Dinner and concert, $125

Concert-only tickets: $38.50. Available at ticketmaster.com and the Columbus Civic Center box office.

For more information about Columbus Hospice, visit columbushospice.com or call 706-569-7992.

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