Opry Night back Friday at Rodeo Barn, proceeds help build Habitat house

WILLIAMS, Ariz. -Williams residents can enjoy great music while supporting a great cause at this week's Grand Opry Night.

The fun starts at 6:30 p.m. Friday Oct. 9 in the Rodeo Barn. Money from the event goes to Williams Habitat for Humanity.

Besides the music, event goers can enjoy food, silent auctions, door prizes, a cakewalk and raffles. Admission is $6 for adults and $3 for seniors and students. A family of four or more is $15.

The Williams Opry Band returns this year to provide entertainment.

Hot dogs, popcorn, water and soda will be for sale at the event.

Opry Night attendees can also win one or more items that will be available as raffle items.

The money raised at Opry Night will go toward building Habitat for Humanity homes.

Habitat for Humanity is an international organization that has built more than 500,000 affordable homes for low-income families since it was founded in 1976.

The Williams chapter started in 1995.

Community members are encouraged and welcome to come out to the Opry Night in support of Habitat for Humanity.

"It's a great family night out and everybody has a good time, and you might even walk away with a prize or two," said Bud Parenteau, Habitat for Humanity coordinator.

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