A Night To Shine is Tonight! A Prom for People with Special Needs

Kerrville is one of several locations across the country, chosen to hold a prom for people with special needs over the age of 13. Elizabeth Rose has been organizing Kerrville’s Night to Shine with help from many volunteers in the area.

She appeared in a video on the Kerrville Breaking News Facebook Group a few weeks back with local news reporter Gil Ramirez and here is what she had to say…

EVENT: Friday, Feb 9th from 6-9pm at the Hill Country Youth Event Center …

Cross Kingdom Church is proud to be an official host church for Night To Shine, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation on February 9, 2018! Night To Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs, ages 14 and older. To Learn more and see more than 450 churches that are already a part of this worldwide movement, visit www.TimTebowFoundation.org and visit their facebook page for the Kerrville event “Night To Shine Kerrville”. This event is completely free to all participants thanks to the Tim Tebow Foundations and donations from local businesses.

This event is happening in 540 locations, in 16 different countries, all on the same night – can you say “Worldwide movement”!! The Night To Shine hosted by Cross Kingdom Church has participants attending from 12 towns and 7 counties around the TX Hill Country! We are so thrilled for the guests to be cheered as they walk the red carpet and get crowned as Kings and Queens of the prom!

They are still looking for a few more volunteers for this event. Contact Elizabeth Rose ASAP at 719-359-7495 or via fb or Email ElizabethRoseSings@hotmail.com.

Author: Mike Taylor

Mike is the President of Golden Hills Marketing LLC. He's also a Broadcast Center Graduate from St. Louis, MO. Mike moved to Texas in 2011, the day he graduated broadcasting school and has worked in radio (Ranch Radio Group, Revolution Broadcasting, Cox Media Group, Taylor Broadcasting) until recently venturing into the local news world. Mike works tirelessly with the rest of the KBN staff to keep the community informed and involved with local, late-breaking news. Feel free to send him an email at mike@kerrvillebreakingnews.com with any news topic that you feel deserves attention.

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