9th Annual Meals on Wheels Fundraising Event set

The Fabulous Greaseband, a seven-member nostalgic dance-party band, will bring their rock ‘n’ roll party to Pottstown this fall for the Ninth Annual Meals on Wheels Fundraising Event.

The Fabulous Greaseband features outstanding male and female vocal leads in a front trio, backed by a gifted group of instrumentalists. Their highly entertaining and energetic delivery of some of the greatest songs ever written has kept the group on top for well over 35 years.

The show will be held on Saturday, September 25 at SunnyBrook Ballroom, 50 Sunnybrook Road, Pottstown. Doors open at 7 p.m. Show begins at 8 p.m. Show tickets are $27.50 (general admission). A cash bar will be available during the show. Reserved tables for six or more guests are available. Local COVID precautions will be in place.

For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Ruth Hood, Program Director, Meals on Wheels, at 610-326-1610 ext. 336 or  or visit the Family Services of Montgomery County webpage. Cash, checks, and credit cards are accepted. 

Proceeds benefit Family Services’ Meals on Wheels program. As one of Family Services’ programs for Older Adults, Meals on Wheels provides frequent, in-home visits that fulfill opportunities to meet nutritional needs, combat social isolation, address safety hazards, and provide a nurturing companionship between older adults and volunteers. Thanks to the devotion of 160 caring volunteers, Family Services’ Meals on Wheels program delivers over 79,000 nutritious meals to more than 250 homebound seniors in Pottstown, Royersford, and the Lower Perkiomen Valley each year.

Generous sponsors of this event include Life Tree Pharmacy, Diamond Credit Union, Janney Montgomery Scott, and Pottstown Hospital – Tower Health.

About Family Services
Since 1900, Family Services has specialized in providing compassionate support and trustworthy guidance to Montgomery County individuals and families in need. Throughout the agency’s 120-year history, its programs have evolved to meet the changing needs of the community. Current programming focuses on Family Support and Parent Education; Health and Wellness; Older Adults; Reentry Services; and Substance Abuse Prevention. For more information on Family Services, call 610-630-2111 or visit here.