PARAGOULD, AR (KAIT) - Those who braved the weather Saturday had the chance to enjoy some down home music while giving back.
The NEA Bluegrass Association held their 36th annual Benefit for Cerebral Palsy in Paragould.
While the night was filled with fun and music, those who hosted the event want you to understand the deeper meaning behind the gathering.
“We want people to leave with feeling like they’ve got their bluegrass need satisfied, but most of all we want them to feel like they have helped somebody in a big way with the money that they donate,” association member Danny Shaw said.
The night consisted of performances from three bluegrass bands and a clogging group.
All proceeds donated went towards United Cerebral Palsy, and the donations stay right here in Region 8.