Elvis will be in the building at the Summit Hill Heritage Center for a benefit in honor of the King's 76th birthday on Saturday, January 8th at 8 p.m. Well, maybe not the real Elvis Presley, but there will be a tribute concert to the King who will be remembered by tribute performer Johnny M who has been awarded the distinction of Best Voice in competitions of tribute performers.
The concert celebrating the King's birthday is being held as a benefit for the Summit Hill Heritage Center and is the first event of the 2011 season. Upcoming events also include the Bach and Handel Chorale on May 14th, flea markets and other special events. For more information, call (570) 645-9133 or (570) 645-9160.
The Summit Hill Heritage Center is a 501c3 nonprofit service organization whose mission is to enrich the lives and communities of the Panther Valley and surrounding areas through entertainment, educational and social events, with its funds going to maintain and administer the building to support organizations like the food pantry, Boy Scouts and Quilting Guild. All donations and memberships are tax deductible contributions.