Tuesday, November 8, 2022
The Klipsch Heritage Museum Association (KHMA), along with concert sponsor South Arkansas Recycling, will be offering the opportunity to give back to another nonprofit during the November 19 event at the Klipsch Municipal Auditorium. The KHMA Songwriters Showcase will be an exciting musical evening. Artists Dave Almond, Jason Helms and Trey Johnson are sure to cause a stir as they take to the stage in the auditorium.
“Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets for the Songwriters Showcase. We greatly appreciate
your support for KHMA and the concerts at the Klipsch Municipal Auditorium. KHMA encourages everyone
to contribute a few items, from the list below, so that we can bless Hope ConneXion and the precious people of
need their services in the weeks and months to come,” said Beckie Moore, Director of KHMA
Due to a recent Hope ConneXion Facebook post, KHMA saw their need for non-perishable food
Bulk rice (big bags)
Cereals (hot and cold)
Reverend Adam Perry, with Hope ConneXion, thanks all who will be part of this endeavor
as he said, “In these tough economic times, we must come together as a community to fight food
insecure; Blessin’ Boxes provide a way to bless others as we have been blessed.
All of the Blessin’ Boxes in our community share the same message: do you have a blessing? Leave him! Need a
blessing? Take it! Above all, be BLESSED!
Purchase tickets for the Songwriters Showcase at www.klipschmuseum.org. General admission tickets
are $20 per person and seats will be first come, first served. If you prefer to pay at the door, you can
do it. Please bring exact cash if possible. Doors will open to the public at 6:15 p.m., and the concert
will begin at 7:00 p.m.