The Clear Spring Lions Club’s 61st annual minstrel/variety show takes place Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Clear Spring High School auditorium.
This year’s anniversary theme is “Lions Traveling a Musical Highway.”
Entertainment by Tri-State Stage Band will begin one hour before the show.
Admission costs $6 for adults, $4 for children and preschoolers get in free.
Everyone attending must have a ticket. Tickets are good only for the date printed on the ticket.
Advance tickets can be purchased at Clear Spring Hardware Store, 136 Cumberland St. in Clear Spring. Tickets can also be purchased at the door.
The newly renovated school auditorium is handicapped-accessible.
Director Burma Miles will lead the chorus in a variety of musical ensembles. Musical support will be provided by W.T. Fleming on guitar and Allison Kriner-Wade on keyboard.
This year, there will be two masters of ceremony — Lion Dan Fleming and Lion Doug Mullendore will co-host the show. They will be supported by entertainers Norris Belt, Tom Knode and Donnie Mellott, along with the support of many community members.
The show is the Clear Spring Lions’ largest fundraiser of the year and provides support to projects such as scholarship awards, eye examinations and eyeglasses for needy children, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts programs, Little League baseball, youth soccer, athletic awards, American heritage essay contest awards, Clear Spring fire and ambulance companies, Clear Spring High School band and chorus, Clear Spring High School athletics, Lions Club community food bank, Maryland Eye Bank, Leader Dog program, Hunters and Farmers Feeding the Hungry, books for Clear Spring Elementary School’s enrichment program, hospital equipment and other Lions International programs.
For more information, call Belt at 301-842-3831.