2016-02-01 / LifeStyles

Hilarity for Charity returns to Broad River Feb. 19

Annual comedy benefit will benefit veterans organizations


James Gregory will perform at Broad River Electric’s 7th Annual Hilarity for Charity benefit on February 19. James Gregory will perform at Broad River Electric’s 7th Annual Hilarity for Charity benefit on February 19. Iconic stand-up comedian James Gregory will return to Broad River Electric Auditorium on Friday, February 19, 2016 for the 7th Annual Hilarity for Charity benefit comedy show. All proceeds from the event will go toward helping veterans in need in our area.

Gregory, whose wry sense of the absurd and master storytelling have earned him the reputation as the “funniest man in America,” first came to Broad River Electric in 2010 and again in 2011.

“We’re very excited to have James coming back,” said Josh P. Crotzer, member services coordinator for Broad River Electric. “His shows are not only hilarious, but also have raised a lot of money for the beneficiaries.”

Tickets are $27.50 for Section 1 (closest to stage) and $22.50 for Section 2 and can be purchased at the door, at Broad River Electric offices in Gaffney and Boiling Springs, the Union Oil Mill Farm & Garden and online at broadriverelectric. com/h4c.

For more information about ticket outlets as well as sponsorship opportunities contact Josh Crotzer, Member Services Coordinator at Broad River Electric Cooperative.

The event is presented by Broad River Electric Charities, a non-profit subsidiary of Broad River Electric Cooperative, whose purpose is to raise and distribute funds to other non-profits and charities in Union, Cherokee and Spartanburg Counties. Since 2010, Hilarity for Charity as raised over $85,000 for local charities and causes.

Broad River Electric Cooperative is a non-profit, member-owned distribution cooperative providing services to more than 20,000 members in Cherokee, Spartanburg, Union and Newberry counties in South Carolina and Cleveland, Polk and Rutherford counties in North Carolina in order to improve the quality of their lives.

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