Aberdeen, WA- The United Way serving Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties announced they will be partnering with The D&R Theater and McDonalds (dba Hanner Enterprises) to present a special children’s holiday entertainment act, Tim Noah, at the D&R Theater on Thursday, December 22, at 1:00 and 4:00.
The first children’s concert at the D&R Theater, Tim Noah, an Emmy award winner known for his children’s shows, will be performing a high-spirited holiday celebration that includes original and popular sing-a-long favorites complete with colorful costumes, characters, stories, puppets and more. Guaranteed to be a performance children will remember!
Concert tickets are $10, with all proceeds to benefit the United Way of Grays Harbor and The Ronald McDonald House.
Tickets can be purchased starting Monday December 5th by cash or check at Value Drug (Montesano), Jodesha Broadcasting (Aberdeen), The Daily World (Aberdeen), Grays Harbor Radio (Aberdeen), Harbor Drug (Hoquiam), Twin Harbor Drug (Westport), Delores & Fay’s (Ocean Shores), or by debit/credit card at The D&R Theater or any Dennis Company (Elma, Montesano, Aberdeen, Raymond).
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Santa will be stopping by for pictures taken by Darrell Westmoreland from 11am-12:45 and 2:30-4:00pm at the old Popcorn Factory location (corner of Broadway and Wishkah). He will be arriving 5 minutes prior to the session with the help of the Aberdeen Fire and Police departments- the kids don’t want to miss this! Ticket prices for pictures with Santa are $10 for a 5x7 and free downloadable digital copy.
Raffle tickets are also available for purchase. These tickets are available at most of the cash only ticket outlets, as well as at all local McDonald locations. Winners do not need to be present, although it is strongly encouraged. Prizes for the raffle include Kindle Fire (4), Nintendo DS (2), IPod Nano (2), bikes (2) and much more- all in part to thanks to Timberland Bank. Raffle tickets are $5 each or 3 for $10.
The United Way of Grays Harbor supports 24 local partner agencies, many of whom are facing severe cuts from the current state budget proposal. Now more than ever, United Way agencies are depending on United Way dollars to help get them through these trying times.
The Ronald McDonald House is used when families have to travel to Seattle to get treatment for their seriously ill or injured children, providing a “home-away-from-home” for families so they can stay close by their hospitalized child at little or no cost.
Local businesses are being asked to help sponsor a child by purchasing tickets that will be distributed in their name to a charity of their choice. For more information on how you can volunteer, to purchase raffle tickets or concert tickets or if you would like group ticket information, please call the United Way office at