PHOTO GALLERY: Justin Moore's Night To Become

Country music star Justin Moore speaks to more than 1,000 people in attendance Tuesday during the sixth annual Justin Moore’s Night To Become at the Riverside Boys and Girls Club in Benton.Benton Police Department Officer Jamol Jones tells the story of how the Boys and Girls Clubs of Saline County “helped him become” by giving him a safe place to go to escape situations he was in during his childhood.Gary James, president and CEO of the Benton Chamber of Commerce, shows off a “famous” Ed and Kay’s pie during the live auction. The sweet treat was sold for $350.Tom Baxley gains laughs from the crowd Tuesday as he talks about his “basketball-playing days” with former Arkansas Razorback great, Joe Kleine. Kleine is also a world champion NBA veteran, playing for 15 seasons, and an Olympic gold medalist. Currently, he is the owner of Corky’s Barbecue, which was the caterer for the night’s event.Country music star and Arkansas native Justin Moore takes part in the “Newlywed Game” during Tuesday’s event, alongside his wife, Kate. Also pictured is game host Tom Baxley.Emcee David Bazzel speaks of the importance of the event and how the public’s contributions can help change a child’s life. See more photos on page 10.Former Bryant Hornet and 2016 World Series champion pitcher Travis Wood and his wife, Brittany, answer questions Tuesday  during the “Newlywed Game.”Marcelles Nash sings the National Anthem to a crowd of more than 1,000 Tuesday during the sixth annual Justin Moore’s Night To Become event at the Riverside Boys and Girls Club in Benton.