CNC announces changes to Grey Matters Dinner Event on Aug. 30
From Can’t Never Could, Inc.
The local nonprofit Can’t Never Could is scheduled to hold its annual Grey Matters Dinner Event on August 30 at the Newnan Centre, but plans for the event have been revised. MAP International President and CEO Steve Stirling was originally scheduled to speak about his personal journey as well as MAP International, the Christian organization providing medicines and health supplies to others around the world.
“Sadly, Steve just learned he has been diagnosed with cancer and will be unable to join us,” said Christi Estes, CNC board chair. “We are so sorry that he won’t be with us, and our prayers are certainly with him during this difficult time.”
Because of Stirling’s news as well as the rising number of COVID cases in the community, Estes said, CNC has made the difficult decision to turn this year’s dinner into a drive-through event.
“The good news,” Estes said, “is that we will still offer a delicious dinner served in a custom cooler bag, and participants will also have the opportunity to win fabulous raffle prizes.” Pickup will be on August 30 from 5-7 p.m. at The Newnan Centre.
Those who have purchased tickets already may RSVP to [email protected] and let organizers know whether they will be picking up a meal, prefer a refund, or simply want their ticket purchase to be used as a tax-deductible donation.
Can’t Never Could, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation that is dedicated to helping individuals and groups who are facing adversity and personal battles. Through monetary donations, support, and faith in Jesus Christ, CNC aims to instill determination and hope in those who are experiencing these challenges. Can’t Never Could says it makes these contributions “with the desire to glorify Christ, who provides strength in all circumstances.”
For more information about CNC, please visit cantnevercouldinc.com.