Actor and pilot Morgan Freeman will host a benefit party for Able Flight April 21 at his Ground Zero Blues Club in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Morgan will be there to welcome donors and the largest group of Able Flight pilots together in one place at one time.
Able Flight’s Charles Stites said, “With special guests and music by the Paul Thorn Band, Morgan’s party in the home of the Delta Blues will be a night to remember. It will be both a celebration of our pilots, and an opportunity to grow the scholarship fund so that we can make it possible for Able Flight to bring even more people into aviation. We want to thank our friends at Sennheiser and Embraer for sponsoring the night, so that all proceeds go directly to our scholarship program.”
There are still a few seats available on a first come, first served basis for a $1,000 tax deductible donation to the scholarship fund, and there’s only one way to reserve a seat or a table, and that’s to call 919-942-4699.
Able Flight is a national aviation nonprofit providing flight and aviation career training opportunities for people with disabilities and is the only one of its kind in the United States.
Ground Zero Blues Club is located on Blues Alley next door to the Delta Blues Museum in the heart of historic downtown Clarksdale.
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