Orpheum's holiday concert benefits Sunrise Retirement Community
The turnout for the concert was so big Saturday night, that the ushers ran out of programs.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
Is there a better way to kick off the holiday season than with a holiday concert?
Siouxlanders headed over to the Orpheum Theater Saturday night, to catch Jill Miller perform a variety concert. Ticket sales will benefit the Sunrise Retirement Community.
Past concerts have raised more than $125,000 for those who can't afford to stay in a nursing home.
"We do gratuitous care. And in many instances, last year, almost a million dollars of unreimbursed Medicare, Medicaid, people that don't have financial arranged for their care," said Beverly Zenor, executive director of Sunrise Retirement.
KTIV's Kristie VerMulm emceed the event. The turnout for the concert was so big Saturday night, that the ushers ran out of programs.
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