Patsy’s Place Transitional Home is excited to do something new and different.
On June 15th at 7 p.m. they will host their first ever concert featuring Austin French in the Civic Center Auditorium. Tickets will go on sale May 3rd and range from $25.00-$75.00 to attend the event. Tickets can be purchased through Panhandle Tickets. The proceeds of this event will directly benefit Patsy’s place.
Our special guest, Austin French, is a rising contemporary Christian music artist. He has lived a lot of life in his 24 years. Originally from small-town Georgia, he has spent time in Los Angeles, competing on reality singing competitions like abc’s “rising star” and nbc’s “the voice.” he’s been a worship leader at a church where 80 percent of the members were recovering addicts. And he and his wife went from having no kids to having two-one biological, one adopted-within months of each other. Now, to add to the list, he has released his first full-length studio album, wide open.
“life is meant to be lived wide open,” French says, “not closed off, not safe, but living close to the lord where he leads us… our job is to live our lives with our hands wide open.”
About patsy’s place: Patsy’s place transitional home is a Christ-centered program based in Amarillo, Texas. The home serves women released from incarceration and returning to communities within the Texas Panhandle. Recognized as a successful post-offense program by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, patsy’s place seeks to maintain the core values of education, encouragement and sharing God’s love. Patsy’s place offers its residents:
– food & clothing
– christian development
– addiction recovery education
– training in job readiness & cognitive thinking
– educational & financial management classes