Sheriff’s Office Seeks Cullman Area Musical Talent

by | Feb 22, 2017 | Breaking News, City News, Community, County News, Cullman, Cullman City, Good Hope, Hanceville, People, Students

Sheriff’s Office Seeks Cullman Area Musical Talent

The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) is seeking musical talent and performers from across Cullman County.

Lieutenant Rex Sorrow with CCSO is conducting a fundraiser ahead of the Cullman Area Special Needs Track & Field Day. This event is a widely supported, annual community event typically held in May at Oliver Woodard Stadium on the Cullman High School campus.

Lieutenant Sorrow is adding a unique musical flair to this year’s fundraiser.

He plans to add the following types of musical acts to the bill this year to highlight this fundraising event as well as bringing awareness to Cullman County’s Special Needs Students:

★ High School Pep Bands
★ FFA String Bands
★ Bluegrass Acts
★ Gospel Groups

Baker Productions will be providing a staging area for the event complete with all the basic sound equipment including soundboard and mics.

Sheriff’s Office Seeks Cullman Area Musical Talent

Sorrow and the Sheriff’s Office have multiple performance slots available for area musical acts.

Performance dates will be Friday, March 10th, and Saturday, March 11th at Walmart Super Center on Olive Street SW.

The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office will present trophies in the following categories:

• Best Pep-Band
• Best FFA String Band
• Best Gospel Group
• Best Bluegrass Group

In addition, CCSO will be cooking hamburgers and hotdogs for lunch on each day of the event for workers as well as participants.

If you know of any musical groups that would be interested in signing up, please have them contact:

Lieutenant Rex Sorrow – 256-735-3957


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Sheriff’s Office Seeks Cullman Area Musical Talent

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