POTTSTOWN — Pottstown CARES, an organization of students from Pottstown High School, The Hill School and Montgomery County Community College, is combining skills and talents to benefit area homeless individuals.
Their family friendly pop music concert, “Welcome Home” — which is now in its fourth year — will be held on Friday, Jan. 17, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at The Hill Center for the Performing Arts.
Trojan organizers include, Chloe Hebert, David Hicks, Mariana Pearson and David Wallace.
The event will feature Andy’s Two Dollar Bills, local musicians who have performed at popular Pottstown venues including the Pourhouse, the Pottstown United Brewery, and Pottstown FARM. Guests will also enjoy the sounds of Trojan Jazz Band members, Xzavier Francis Williams, Akira Love, Chloe Hebert, David Hicks, Anthony Russo, Savone Nash and Rafi Sanchez.
Admission for the concert is $5 at the door or can also be purchased through Eventbrite.
Proceeds will directly benefit the Ministries at Main Street, a Pottstown homeless shelter organization that offers meals and a warm place to sleep to all who need it.