Check presentations to Local Charities from Proceeds from Ron Oakley's 4th Annual John Anderson Benefit Concert

The 4th Annual John Anderson Benefit Concert was held on Thursday, September 15, 2016 at the Dan Cannon Auditorium to a sold out crowd with proceeds helping out several local charities. Those in attendance enjoyed a prime rib dinner, live auction and a lively social hour. The attire was Country Chic Western and 100% of this year's proceeds was distributed evenly among the following charities:

588 … Ron Oakley (left) Founder of the John Anderson Benefit Concert and  Dade City Kiwanis President Seth Mann present Deidre Oakley with a check for $6,500 for the Humane Society of Pasco County.

586 … Ron Oakley (left) Founder of the John Anderson Benefit Concert and Dade City Kiwanis President Seth Mann present Deputy Darrell Herrick and Deidre Oakley of the Pasco Sheriff Posse with a check for $6,500.

591 … Ron Oakley (left) Founder of the John Anderson Benefit Concert and Dade City Kiwanis President Seth Mann present Jan Devine and David Gottshalk of the Bayfront Health Dade City Foundation with a check for $6,500.

593 Ron Oakley (left) Founder of the John Anderson Benefit Concert and Dade City Kiwanis President Seth Mann present Cara Donaghy of Sunrise of Pasco County Domestic and Sexual Violence Center with a check for $6,500.

597 … Ron Oakley (left) Founder of the John Anderson Benefit Concert and Dade City Kiwanis President Seth Mann present Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Heart Institute Executive Director Foundation Carolyn Sentelik with a check for $6,500.

595 … Ron Oakley (left) Founder of the John Anderson Benefit Concert and Dade City Kiwanis President Seth Mann present Kathy Hunt and Penny Morrill of Restored Hope Resource and Outreach Center with a check for $6,500.

599 … Ron Oakley (left) Founder of the John Anderson Benefit Concert and Dade City Kiwanis President Seth Mann present Jennifer Pearson Yingling Director of Annual Giving on behalf of the Boys and Girls Club of Lacoochee, with a check for $6,500.

601 … Ron Oakley (left) Founder of the John Anderson Benefit Concert and Dade City Kiwanis President Seth Mann present Amanda Keith and Diane Thomas of the Thomas Promise Foundation for Children with a check for $6,500.
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