Bringing together bands and BBQ
May 21, 2017 - bbq set
With a small team-work from a weather, people swarmed Campus Corner on Saturday for a fourth annual Bands BBQ Block Party. The event, set adult in a parking lot between Asp and Buchanan avenues behind Pepe Delgados, brought together homemade grill and internal talent all in one spot.
Norman Addiction Information and Counseling Board of Directors President Krystyn Richardson pronounced Bands BBQ is one of dual fundraisers NAIC puts together, and it’s a biggest.
“The classification is always in need for some-more income so they can yield some-more services and strech some-more people,” Richardson said.
Event performances enclosed lapse superstar Patron Aints, visitor Melodic Monks and Mike Hosty, Norman’s iconic one-man band.
“I know a lot about NAIC, and we consider they’re a good organization,” Melodic Monks bassist Lennon Bramlett said. “Any possibility we can get to play live song and assistance lift income for a place like NAIC, we wouldn’t skip it.”
In further to personification drum for a Melodic Monks, Bramlett also suggested some strange work from a one-man rope judgment he created, Grapevine Gossip, that combines a small hip hop, instrumental and jazz.
Richardson pronounced a eventuality has been catered in a past, though this year, Normanite Todd Easton took it on himself. All a deduction will go to NAIC.
About $15,000 from a eventuality was lifted final year. However, Richardson pronounced income isn’t a usually aspiration for a event.
“If you’ve ever used NAIC, we really know who they are,” Richardson said, adding that people who haven’t used a services don’t know most about NAIC. The organisation wants to change that.
NAIC, 215 W. Linn St., provides outpatient diagnosis for piece abuse, gambling obsession and associated mental health issues, NAIC Executive Director Teresa Collado said.
“It’s a mind illness that doesn’t usually impact a particular though also a family. That’s a lot of people suffering,” Collado said.
However, Collado pronounced when obsession and mental health issues are addressed, it has a certain impact on a community.
“We’re not putting as many people in prison; people are display adult to work,” she said.