The “Walk The Line” charity event is presented by Gamma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Sigma Rho and Phi Mu Alpha. The event will take place in Circle Park on Friday, March 15 at 8 p.m. Join in on the fun of line dancing to help raise money for The Salvation Army and The Family Justice Center.
Karen Tate, a UT Junior, says n“Hosting line dancing is a great way to get people out on a Friday night to support a good cause."Karen Tate,UT Juniorot only does “Walk The Line” do good for the community, it is also sure to be a great time.
Tate said, "Hosting line dancing is a great way to get people out on a Friday night to support a good cause."
Tickets can be purchased in advance in Presidential Court or Pedestrian Walkway for $8 a person or $15 a pair. Tickets can also be purchased at the door of the event for $10 a person.
The Salvation Army is an international nonprofit organization that has been around since 1867. It was founded by William Booth and started as an evangelist ministry. Today, The Salvation Army continues to minister to those in need.
The Family Justice Center is a nationwide organizations with branches in different cities. The Knoxville location strives to end domestic violence and raise sexual assault awareness.
Vishwa Barot and Shital Chauhan, co-philanthropy chairpersons of Sigma Sigma Rho, think the turnout will include an enthusiastic crowd. Barot said, "Walk the Line is a charity event that will allow everyone to have fun while also raising money for a good cause. Line dancing allows you to just let loose and have fun!" Barot encourages everyone to come out and support the cause. She said, "It's a great way to express your southern spirit!"
Come out to Circle Park on Friday to support two local charities while learning some new dance moves.