Nashville, TN (PRWEB) April 02, 2013
On Thursday April 18, 2013 LiveBeyond will host “An Evening That Will Live Beyond” at The Factory at Franklin. The night will feature a unique Haitian dining experience, an appearance by Christian recording artist Bebo Norman and a silent auction featuring items from Sheryl Crow, Scott Hamilton, Brad Paisley and many more. Renowned artist Rolando Diaz will create a painting live during the event to be auctioned. Legendary football coach Gene Stallings will also join the evening’s festivities. Tickets can be purchased at http://www.livebeyond.org or by calling (615) 221-1196.
LiveBeyond would like to thank the sponsors for the event including; The Pioneer Fund, Regional Care Hospital Partners, Beaman Automotive, Jack and Joan Jordan, Bradford Interiors, Pinnacle Financial Partners, Flow Construction, Latta Structural Engineers, Jackson Surgical Associates, Heather Summerville, Taylor Tidmore M.D., Kelly Crockett, and Barbara Meador.
LiveBeyond has been working in Haiti since the 2010 earthquake conducting mobile medical clinics, providing nutritional support, and establishing clean water access. Construction is currently underway on the LiveBeyond Base, Thomazeau, a community development project to establish a surgical hospital, orphanage, school, demonstration farm and worship center. Country artist Brad Paisley recently partnered with LiveBeyond for the upcoming "Beat This Summer Tour presented by Cracker Barrel Old Country Store®" where $1 from each ticket sale will support the work. Established as a 501(c)(3) humanitarian organization, Mobile Medical Disaster Relief has transitioned its work under a new name, LiveBeyond, to reflect a broadened mission as an organization that chooses to Live Beyond ourselves our culture, our borders, and this life so that others can Live Beyond disease, hunger, poverty, and oppression.
About Kimberly Williams-Paisley:
Currently seen on the hit ABC TV drama "Nashville" as the mysterious Peggy Kenter, Kimberly Williams-Paisley continues to garner praise for both her dramatic and comedic roles including her most recent turn in the independent feature film "Undiscovered Gyrl", co-starring Christian Slater and Martin Sheen directed by Allison Burnett. Film and television acting credits include; "Father of The Bride", the ABC TV comedy series "According to Jim", among many others. Williams-Paisley made her Broadway debut in the Tony Award-Winning "The Last Night of Ballyhoo". In addition to her acting work Williams-Paisley is an accomplished writer and director recognized for the multi award winning short film, "Shade", in which she also starred, opposite Patrick Dempsey. Other writing credits include published articles for In Style magazine and a year-long column for Redbook entitled "My Life as a New Wife". Williams-Paisley is actively involved with the organization LiveBeyond currently working to improve the lives of 200,000 people in Thomazeau Haiti through an initiative to provide clean water.