COOKEVILLE – WCTE, in response to rising concerns about the spread of the Novel Coronavirus
(COVID-19) and due to events beyond our control, including the declaration of a Tennessee and federal state of emergency, has decided to postpone the WCTE Annual Dinner with Ray Stevens, originally scheduled for Tuesday, March 24, with a date in June to be determined.
“The rescheduled dinner will still feature Ray Stevens and his A-Team Band, as well as the many special recognitions,” said Becky Magura, president and CEO of WCTE. “With this delay, we hope it will bolster the wellbeing and enjoyment for all in attendance. The tickets purchased for the March 24 event will be valid for the rescheduled dinner.”
WCTE PBS is committed to the health, safety and wellbeing of our community. WCTE will continue to closely monitor the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments and follow guidelines set forth by trusted health organizations such as the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and local health authorities.
WCTE has served the Upper Cumberland for more than 40 years as the region’s premier storyteller and is the only television station in a 75-mile radius of Cookeville, making it a strategic partner in education, health services, government, arts and music. WCTE is a 501(c) 3 and is owned and operated by the Upper Cumberland Broadcast Council. WCTE is one of only 350 PBS member stations nationwide.