White Wing show to benefit Police Reserves
Music Legend Mr. Pee Wee Whitewing and his Heart of Texas Band have announced their next show, being held on Saturday, April 24, at the Historic Rice Theater in Crowley,
will benefit the Rayne Police Department Reserves. Doors will open at 5 p.m. with the show at 6 p.m.
The show will feature several artists including Rayne’s own Lisa Boudreaux, as well as Cricket Dawn, Amanda Markson, Ramsey Leigh, Jim Miller, Valerie Andrus, Larry Roberts, Tony Bruce, Mack Johnson Jr., and Caitlin Nichole Harrington.
Reserve seating tickets went on sale Friday March 13, at the Radio Shack in Rayne (334-5386). Radio Shack is open Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.. Tickets will also be available at the door on the day of the show starting at 2 p.m.
The Rayne Police Department Reserves is an organization of dedicated people who volunteer their time to assist the police department with regular patrol duties, as well as special details and events. The reserves have a limited budget and rely on fundraisers and the generosity of the community to enable them to purchase much needed equipment for the continued performance of their duties. Monies raised at this event will be used to purchase 700mhz portable radios, which cost $2,300 each.
Reserve members will be soliciting local businesses and supporters who would like to purchase an ad in the program book. Ad costs are $25 for a 1/8 page, $50 for ¼ page, $100 for ½ page and $200 for a full page. The inside and back covers in color range from $300 to $500 each.
If you would like more information or purchase an ad to support the Reserves, you can contact either Chief Carroll Stelly or Captain Tony Olinger at 334-4215 or Thomas Gossen at 334-3765.