Blues for Good at AC Country Club

by Press Release | Jun 18, 2009
Blues for Good at AC Country Club United Way of Atlantic County and their partner agencies are very excited about a new fundraising opportunity that will take place over the next four months. The Bubba Mac Blues Band is again partnering with United Way under the “Blues For Good” banner with a series of four summer concerts in June, July, August and September. These events will take place outside on the patio at the beautiful Atlantic City Country Club – with fantastic views of the AC skyline!

This is a great opportunity for United Way and their partner agencies to raise additional resources. Each concert will be a fundraiser for one of United Way’s Core Priority areas – featuring how the UWAC is addressing the areas of most need in the community, and giving their partner agencies the chance to communicate how they help address these issues. The first concert will feature Basic Needs and Independence. One area of focus in the community will be the need of a safety net for individuals and families suffereing from economic crisis.

The first concert is this Thursday, June 18th at Atlantic City Country Club beginning at 6 PM. Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for kids. Tickets include live entertainment by the Bubba Mac Blues Band, with special guest Frank Bey. There will also be Line and Jitterbug dance lessons, family fun games, and golf and brunch raffle prizes. Atlantic City Country Club will offer a new BBQ Patio menu as well. For more information please contact Kara Cermanski at 609-404-4483 ext 14 or

Atlantic City Country Club is located at One Le Fraser Drive, Northfield, NJ (609)236-4400

United Way of Atlantic County is a local, volunteer-driven, charitable organization mobilizing people and resources to meet our community’s most pressing health and human services needs. United Way of Atlantic County is dedicated to making a positive impact on the quality of life for Atlantic County residents by supporting dozens of programs that reduce substance abuse, provide basic needs and increase self-sufficiency, support community health issues, foster safer homes and neighborhoods, and promote mental wellness. Volunteers closely monitor these programs to ensure efficient use of donor dollars. To learn more about United Way of Atlantic County, call 609-404-4483 or visit

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