If you enjoy great music from talented local bands and supporting a cause that will help cancer patients in the Cedar Valley, mark your calendars for the inaugural Lori’s Dream Team Family Fun & Music Festival. The event will be held at the National Cattle Congress Pepsi Pavilion in Waterloo on Saturday, July 23rd from 12:00 noon to 11:00 PM.

Townsquare Media Boise

 

There will be something for the entire family as the stage will be rocking all day with live music from local bands including WAGG, New Black 7, Never The Less, Tim and the Trutones, Lonesome Road and Guilty Pleasure.

 

 

There will be a kid’s area from 2-5 PM that will feature a book walk and a place for kids to make cards for local cancer patients. There will also be a wine ring toss, food/drink vendors and more.

The silent auction, from 4-7 PM, includes several auction items including a Home Makeover Package including an $1,800 basement dig provided by Vieth Construction Corporation, a $350 wall hanging from LeAnne Saul as well as several relaxation and wine gift baskets, gift cards and more provided from friends, family and the business community.

Wavebreakmedia Ltd

The Family Fun & Music Festival is a fundraiser for Lori’s Dream Team. All proceeds from the event will directly benefit local organizations that provide support services to cancer patients like Covenant Cancer Treatment Center and Beyond Pink Team.

 

 

Advance tickets are available for $15.50 (plus service fees) and can be purchased on the Lori’s Dream Team website at www.LorisDreamTeam.com. Tickets will also be available for $20 at the gate the day of the event.

About Lori’s Dream Team

Lori’s Dream Team was established in memory of Lori Clark. Lori died on February 12, 2016 after a brave battle with cancer. During Lori’s cancer treatments, she was grateful for support from family and friends, but was saddened when she witnessed many other patients who didn’t have support. She also witnessed some that didn’t have the means to cover their basic expenses like groceries or gas because the financial burden for their life-saving treatments drained their bank accounts. She saw many had lost hope and she had a genuine desire to help. Even while facing the toughest fight of her life, Lori wanted to do more for others.

Eivaisla

After Lori passed away, Lori’s husband Corey set out to honor her memory and founded Lori’s Dream Team, an organization dedicated to the following mission:

To fulfill Lori’s dream that every cancer patient in the Cedar Valley never feels alone during the biggest fight of their life by raising funds for programs that promote financial help, personal support and hope when they need it the most.

Lori’s Dream Team has established a Donor Advised fund through the Lincoln Savings Bank (LSB) Foundation for the purposes of accepting financial gifts to fulfill Lori’s dream. The LSB Foundation is exempt from Federal Income Tax under section 501 (C)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

If you would like to make a donation to Lori’s Dream Team or for more information, please visit www.LorisDreamTeam.com.