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Good Deed Goods to host flood victim benefit Christmas concert

(Source: Willie Lee, RPh. ) (Source: Willie Lee, RPh. )

MURRELLS INLET, SC (WMBF)  - Good Deed Goods will host a Christmas concert benefiting local victims of the floods and the Garden City Chapel flood repairs through the Black River United Way.

The flood victims relief Christmas concert will feature Dove award-winning musical artist Travis Cottrell.  Cottrell serves as worship leader at Beth Moore’s living proof live conferences and worship pastor of Englewood Baptist Church in Jackson, Tennessee.  Cottrell has recorded several solo projects.

The flood victims relief Christmas concert will be held at the Garden City Chapel in Garden City Beach. 100% of the donations are going to the flood victims through the Black Water United Way.

“I'm honored to be coming to the Garden City Chapel for a night of Christmas worship to benefit the recent flood victims,” said Cottrell. “As a Carolina boy myself, I'm excited to be able to give even in a small way to a place that is so dear to my heart. And to do it at Christmas time is icing on the cake. I hope you can join us!”

Doors open at 6 p.m. Friday, December 11. Concert begins at 7 p.m. 

A $20 donation secures your admission pass.  Tickets are available online at www.BlackRiverUW.org or GoodDeedGoods.com; or locally at the following locations: Harvest Commons, Pawleys Island; Lee’s Inlet Apothecary, Murrells Inlet; PURE Compounding and Studio 77, Myrtle Beach.

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