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Show Will Benefit Family Members

By Staff | Sep 9, 2009

Kent Ebert holds his newborn son, Noah.

While local music icon Norbert Ebert recently passed away, that didn’t stop him from making sure The Ebert Brothers Country Variety Shows would go on.

Ebert had reserved the Lincoln Theater in New Martinsville for Sept. 26 to begin the 42nd season of family shows. That is exactly what will happen when the doors open at 6:30 p.m. that night.

In Ebert’s memory a special benefit will be held to assist his son, Kent Ebert, and his nephew, Todd Heslep. Both Kent and Todd have been diagnosed with cancer.

There will be an assortment of special raffle items, 50-50 drawing, homemade pies, bakery items, silent auction items, and refreshments. All proceeds will benefit Norbert’s “boys”.

Admission is $6 at the door; no advance tickets are being sold for this general admission event as they are expecting it to be a sell-out crowd.

Todd Heslep

For more information or to make a donation call Jeremy Ebert at 304-771-3098 or Ray Ebert at 304-455-5688.