The concert is set for 7 p.m. Friday, June 24, in the Community Activities Center in Springhill. Address for the theatre is 103 West Church Street. Also known as the "Piney Woods Palace," the venue is right next to the new school facility.
The Monday Nite Choir Boys started in 2009, and their unique style of "dirt road gospel" music has gained popularity throughout north Louisiana and south Arkansas. Performing almost every week, the group has raised funds for dozens of non-profit groups and special-needs situations.
Tickets are $10 each and may be purchased at the Springhill Chamber of Commerce, Citizens Bank & Trust, Carter Federal Credit Union, the House of Diamonds, Blondie's Salon and at the main office of Fuller Center of Webster at 212 North Main Street in Springhill.
Telephone reservations can be made by calling 539-2122 or 268-7310. All members of the board of directors of Fuller Center of Webster also have tickets.
Door prizes will be given away during the concert, and included in those prizes will be copies of the first album released by the Monday Nite Choir Boys – "You're Gonna Need Somebody."
The Fuller Center for Housing is a non-profit housing ministry started by Millard and Linda Fuller, who were also the founders of Habitat for Humanity. The goal is to eliminate poverty housing throughout the world, and in 35 years the efforts of volunteers who loved and followed the Fullers have resulted in almost three million people getting out of poverty housing.