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Bert Coble Christmas Dinner Show

Event Details & Tickets

Christmas Dinner Show
December 12, 13, & 14, 2019
Show times 7:00pm , Doors open at 6:30pm
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The Bert Coble Singers

The renowned Bert Coble Singers have a long history of giving.

For the last 31 years a group of very dedicated, volunteer, musicians have come together in September to begin preparing a special Christmas musical performance. The Bert Coble Singers Christmas program has become a tradition for the community to come together and enjoy beautiful songs of the season, as well as support some very worthy causes, at the same time.

The Bert Coble Singers have made contributions to Cumberland University, non-profit organizations, and local charities for many years. Derived from the proceeds of the Bert Coble Singers’ popular Christmas Dinner performances, these gifts help to provide assistance to local community programs and organizations, as well as benefiting Cumberland’s H. Bert Coble Endowed Scholarship, which supports exceptional music students. Check out the maid effect site.

An accomplished music instructor and director, Dr. Coble built and oversaw Cumberland’s music program as a professor, choir director, and chairman of the music department from 1972-1988. A music instructor and teacher in her own right, his wife, Sue Coble supported him in that endeavor.

The Bert Coble Singers formed after Dr. Coble retired from Cumberland University, the same year they hosted their first Christmas show. Ms. Jennifer Perry, the current Choir Director, began her tenure as Director in 2012 and has continued the spirit of giving back. Her work reflects a tradition of giving by Dr. and Mrs. Coble, longtime benefactors of Cumberland.

This year, the Bert Coble Singers will be raising funds for the Bert Coble Music Scholarship, Empower Me Center, and the Wilson County Community Help Center. In the past, the annual, charitable Christmas Dinners have generated over $150,000 for organizations such as the American Heart Association and the American Cancer Society, as well as forming the Bert Coble Scholarship some years after the group was established.

Empty Bowls & Desert Auction - Wilson County Help Center

Empty Bowls & Dessert Auction

Our Empty Bowls and Dessert Auction on December 7th beginning at 11:00 am will be here before you know it! Do you have your tickets yet?

Things are getting exciting with silent auction items such as this one of a kind woven belt chair and this wonderful pottery piece from artisan Forrest McDaniel. A fire pit from Rick Wittrig of Firepit Art will also be up for bid.

Empty Bowls & Desert Auction

I’ve heard commitments of desserts for our live auction that include cheese cakes from Judge Tatum and a famous Chocolate Pie from Miss Patricia at Sammy Bs! Other descriptions like Chocolate Mousse Cake with Raspberry filling, Champaign Cake and other wonderments have been promised. For just $10 per ticket have lunch with us and take a bite out of hunger in Wilson County! – Ben Spicer / Executive Director

Wilson County Community Help Center
203 West High St.
Lebanon, TN 37087
(615) 449-1856

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