Nashville-based country vocalist and acoustic guitarist, Brenda Zitzman Lewis, will be performing at the Martha’s Song event “A Woman’s Day” on Saturday, April 23, 2016. This all-day “fun”raiser will be held in the heart of Robertson County, Tennessee at The Center and is expected to draw more than 500 attendees to downtown Springfield. Women are invited to come restore mind, body, and soul as different sponsors offer education, relaxation, beauty, spiritual, wellness, entertainment, food, shopping, and more.
Lewis will perform from 10:30-11:15am on the Main Stage within the exhibit hall. This all-day event promises a “Big Town” experience in a “Home Town” environment. Tickets are $15.00 in advance and $20.00 day-of event. Tickets are available at http://www.marthassong.org/
For more information about Lewis, visit brendazitzman.com, like her Facebook Music Page at https://www.facebook.com/brendazitzman or follow her on Twitter at @BrendaZitzman.
Martha’s Song was developed to honor a special lady, Martha Parker, who willingly donated hundred of hours of time to help the citizens of Robertson County, Tennessee. She voluntarily assisted other women who also received the diagnosis of cancer. The purpose of Martha’s Song is to continue Martha’s legacy of offering hope and compassion to cancer patients in Robertson County. Martha’s Song provides assistance to cancer patients in purchasing items such as breast prostheses, lymph-edema sleeves, wigs, medications, and medical equipment which may be needed as a result of the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, and may not be covered by insurance.
Martha’s Song is funded through donations and fund-raising activities supported by volunteers. Monies are allocated to the NorthCrest Foundation and earmarked for Martha’s Song funds.