GEORGETOWN — “Operation Wedding Gown” is Brides Across America’s mission to give away free wedding gowns to military brides. On Wednesday and Thursday, July 9 and July 10, Tulle Bridal will host the gown giveaway.
“A wedding is something everyone loves and to give a wedding gown to support our troops makes perfect sense,” said founder Heidi Janson. “This is our gift to them, to say thank you for their service and sacrifice.”
Tulle Bridal will host event at 28 West Main St. Brides Across America and Tulle Bridal will roll out the red carpet for deserving military brides and give them the opportunity to shop for a free wedding gown.
For more information on how to qualify and register for an event visit www.bridesacrossamerica.com.
In order to qualify, brides or their fiancé must be serving in the military; either currently deployed, have a future deployment, or have been deployed within the last five years to Iraq, Afghanistan, Middle East, Korea or Japan. Brides must pre-register for the event and bring proper identification along with deployment papers to be presented the day of the event.
Organ Recital Series performance tonight
METHUEN — Organist Damin Spritzer will perform on Wednesday at the Methuen Memorial Music Hall as part of the 2014 Organ Recital Series.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the concert begins at 8 p.m. Spritzer will perform works by Böhm, Tournemire, Larry King, and René-Louis Becker, whose organ compositions were the topic for Spritzer’s doctoral dissertation. This concert is sponsored by Christopher Morss.
Spritzer has performed coast to coast and records internationally. She has been featured as a “young talent” on Michael Barone’s “Pipedreams” radio program. She has held church music positions in Dallas and Atlanta and of recent is a company representative for Bedient Pipe Organ Co. in Nebraska.