May
30

Stick Horse Rodeo & Family Fun Day Celebrates Program Milestones

BRANSON, MO – Experience Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library as it comes to life at the “Whoadeo” on, Saturday, June 7th from 10AM to 1PM at Dixie Stampede in Branson. The free event is designed to celebrate the joy of reading among families, while children enjoy riding stick horses in “rodeo style” events.

What’s a “Whoadeo”?

The “Whoadeo” event will showcase 5 competitions in Dixie Stampede’s main arena including: Barrel Racing, Pole Bending, Trail or Obstacle Course, Bucking Horse and Jumping. Children and adults will compete on a “stick horse” as they race around barrels, jump over obstacles or manage to not get “bucked” off their horse. Prizes will be awarded for top times and creative “bucking”.

The Imagination Library ‘Whoadeo’ is a fun event for all ages. “We just want families to connect reading with fun,” Dolly said. “There’s nothing better for a child’s mind than reading, so we hope that with each book, the child will dream more, learn more, care more and be more.”

Also featured during the “Whoadeo” at Dixie Stampede will be kids’ games, face painting, animal exhibitions, as well as giveaways from companies and public agencies that serve families.

Imagination Library is proud to celebrate another year of exciting growth. At the close of 2007, 732 communities in 43 states, the District of Columbia, 6 Canadian provinces, and 1 Canadian territory participated in the program. Currently 420,000 children receive a book each and every month. Since its inception, over 14 million books have been distributed nationwide.

Proceeds from Dixie Stampede Dinner & Show performance on Saturday, June 7th will be donated to support the growth of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

About Imagination Library

The Imagination Library is a completely free program of the Dollywood Foundation, providing a new book every month from the day a child is born until the youngster reaches age 5. The program serves all pre-school children of Taney and Stone counties, including newborns, whose parent completes an official registration form and returns it to Dixie Stampede. Once the registration is complete, the child will begin receiving a book a month by mail. More information about the Dollywood Foundation and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library may be found at www.ImaginationLibrary.com.

Dixie Stampede’s sponsorship provides full funding for the Imagination Library in Stone and Taney counties in Missouri and assists in the program’s national expansion. Registrations continue through participation with pre-schools, the Parents As Teachers organization, as well as area healthcare and retail establishments.

About Dixie Stampede

Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede is a unique dinner and show experience set in an 85,000-square-foot facility featuring 32 magnificent horses, dozens of cast members, ostrich races, illusions, music and more, all showcased in a friendly rivalry between the North and the South. With seating to accommodate over 1,000 guests, the show is highlighted by a four-course feast. Pre-show entertainment features the comedy and juggling of Guinness record sport juggler, Albert Lucas, in the facility’s Carriage Room.

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May
29

Salute A Veteran Blood Drive

Posted In: City News by BroadcastBranson.com


Where: Branson Tourism Center

220 Branson Hills Parkway

When: Friday June 20th, 2008

Time: 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Branson Tourism Center, in partnership with the Community Blood Center of the Ozarks (CBCO), will be hosting the ‘Salute a Veteran’ Blood Drive on June 20th, 2008 at the Tourism Center’s office complex on Branson Hills Parkway.

Every participant will receive a free patriotic T-Shirt as a way to say “Thank You” for your generous donation of life saving blood. When your donation is completed, you will be given an opportunity to write a note to a current or former service member to let them know that you have made a donation in their honor. All cards will be mailed to the veteran of your choice through the Community Blood Center of the Ozarks.

The CBCO serves many local hospitals in the 38 counties in southwest Missouri, northwest Arkansas, and southeast Kansas which rely on the donations. It is so important to do our part in helping these communities!!

Did You Know:

1. It takes 275 donations EACH AND EVERY DAY to meet the needs of local patients?

2. Even if you have a diagnosed medical condition or are currently taking medication, you may still be able to donate! The CBCO can share donation guidelines with you.

3. Did you know that when you donate blood, you don’t save one life? You actually save THREE! Your donated blood is separated into 3 parts (red blood cells, plasma, and platelets) you have the opportunity to touch three people in the most amazing, ‘life-changing’ way.

Please consider giving the gift of life as you honor the courage and selfless sacrifice of our nation’s veterans. Join us at the Branson Tourism Center and Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Salute a Veteran Blood Drive on June 20th. Thank You!

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May
27

Will You Be On The Bus?

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Will You Be On The Bus?

Sue Head, Executive Director of The Keeter Center for Character Education at College of the Ozarks and local businessman Ed Akers invited a group of community and religious leaders, business owners, health professionals, community volunteers and a gathering of other interesting folks to an informal luncheon earlier this week.

As usual, the food at the Keeter Center was delicious and the company was certainly gracious, but it was a simple statement that keeps replaying over and over in my mind.

We need your help. Will you be on the bus with us?

On the bus? What bus? When I think of buses I think of my 5th grader, bright-eyed and bushy tailed, heading off to expand her mind, play with her friends, baby-step her way into a promising future. Or I think about my dad as a young enlisted airman riding twenty hours on the Greyhound to see my mother one last time before they were separated by the Korean War. Or I think about Rosa Parks and the legacy she left for all of us on her courageous bus trip into fairness and decency.

Ok, I’ll bite. What’s so important about this bus trip?

It turns out that this bus is bound for Memphis. But it isn’t going to Beale Street, Sun Records, Graceland or B.B. King’s blues club. This bus will be stopping, quite frankly, at a medical clinic. But it’s not just any clinic.

The Church Health Center Clinic, founded in 1987 by Dr. Scott Morris, a family practice physician and ordained United Methodist minister, is described as a place where the working uninsured, their families and the homeless, can find quality, compassionate and affordable medical care. It works through a broad base of financial support from the local faith community and the volunteer efforts of doctors, nurses, dentists and others of generous heart.

On the first day it was opened, 12 patients sought treatment from Dr. Morris and his one nurse. Today the on-site staff of six physicians, one nurse practitioner, two dentists, an optometrist, a psychiatrist, a pastoral counselor, a social worker, nurses and support staff serve more than 50,000 patients. A network of 600 volunteer physicians, nurses, dentists, and other health care professionals keep the Clinic open nights and weekends.

Hope & Healing, a wellness center with the emphasis of promoting good health practices and illness prevention, was also established for the community in Memphis. What has become the largest privately funded, faith-based, non-profit, primary health-care clinic has been a model for at least 20 other such ventures around the country.

Why should we be concerned about a clinic in far-away Memphis? The answer to that is readily apparent if you think about it. Branson and the surrounding communities in Stone and Taney Counties have a significant population of the same working uninsured, their families and homeless folks that Memphis has reached out to. Typically, when situations become dire, these people , our neighbors, seek treatment at the local emergency rooms. Or they don’t seek treatment at all. They don’t have a family physician or dentist or eye doctor.

Back to the Bus! During the June 19th and 20th bus trip to Memphis, we’ll learn why faith-based health ministries can work, how connections within the community are created, and how the patients are best served through these types of programs. The experts in Memphis are eager to share their stories with us. And they are eager for us to reach out to our community and make a difference.

Please consider riding the bus! Learn how you and I and our families and our friends can change the face of healthcare for our local at-risk population.

For complete information about the trip to The Church Health Center Clinic, please contact:

Sue Head, Executive Director

The Keeter Center for Character Education

P.O. Box 17, Point Lookout, MO 65726

www.keetercenter.edu • 417-334-6411, ext. 4242

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May
19
greg farre
gregfarren@gmail.com
farren enterprises
2931 west 76
branson, MO   65616

The show known as Warren Wally and The Boys has changed venues, they are now known as “Real Country Featuring Wally Barbee and Warren Farren”. They are in the 8 o’clock slot at the Gene Williams Showcase Theatre in the Branson Mall. The phone number to the box office is 417-335-4400.

This Sunday the Gene Williams Showcase television show will be featuring Warren and Wally, the taping is open to the public an the admission is free.

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May
19
Laurie Engler/Brokate
walkbyme123@yahoo.com
Coldwell Banker Hometeam Realty
417-239-4755
bransonhomesshowcase.com
hwy. 265
Branson, MO   65616

Please join us for the GRAND OPENING of BRANSON CANYON in Hollister,Mo. on Friday May 23,2008. Chamber ribbon cutting at 3:00, live music from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. with Chico Vega who was formally with the Drifters, wine tasting hosted by Mount Pleasant Winery, food and much more. Preview the new clubhouse and a zero-entry pool. Homes/condos are complete and ready to sell. Branson Canyon offers people vaction homes or full time living. Care was taken to preserve the natural beauty of the Ozarks in Branson Canyon and you are across the street from Table Rock Lake. Boat launching approximately 1,500 feet away. Beautiful homes/condos starting at $184,800 and sites to pick from to build your own custom home. Affinity Development out of Overland Park, Kansas.

Directions: Take hwy. 65 South out of Branson – to right on hwy. 265 ( a short distance after Branson Creek ) and follow 265 to a right on P hwy and down the hill to entrance. 10 minutes South of Branson. Time: 3:00 to 7:00

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May
19

Branson Air Passengers Cleared for Landing

Posted In: Events by Robert McCracken


Robert McCracken
rmccracken@bransontravelagency.com
Branson Travel Agency
(417) 332-1990
www.BransonTravelAgency.com
220 Branson Hills Pkwy
Branson, MO   65616

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Branson Air Passengers Cleared for Landing

(Branson, MO – 5/19/08) Branson Tourism Center (BTC), the market leading provider of discount vacation packages to the popular tourist destination Branson, Missouri, announces the launch of its newest division, Branson Travel Agency.

This full-service travel company will integrate its Airline Ticketing and Car Rental programs with BTC’s impressive catalog of discounted show tickets, superior lodging options, world-class attractions admissions, and complete vacation services. Strong customer-focused business practices have enabled the company to sell more than 1 million Branson show tickets in just four years of operation.

“With the creation of Branson Travel Agency, visitors to our market can now book inbound flights to several airport cities, including St. Louis, Kansas City, Tulsa, Little Rock, or Springfield, MO.” stated Branson Travel Agency owner, Lianne Milton. “We are excited to begin operations, especially in light of the projected May 2009 opening of the new Branson Airport. Combining the cost-effective air and car rental options to our existing packages will prove to be a major convenience for our customers. In fact, we have taken this step in response to our customer’s requests.”

The $140 million Branson Airport, located eight miles south of Branson’s center, will accommodate all commercial and general aviation aircraft, with the exception of wide-body classes, such as 747’s. The 58,000 sq. ft. Terminal building will have a capacity of handling more than 1 million annual enplanements. Additional airport amenities will include auto rental, ground transportation and enhanced general aviation facilities serving private and corporate clients.

“We are happy to have Robert McCracken, a nineteen year travel industry veteran, direct the operations of Branson Travel Agency” shared Milton. ‘We’ve chosen to use Sabre, the airline industry’s benchmark reservation system. Sabre’s GDS and Web Fares program will allow our Branson-bound customers to receive the best prices available from the six major airlines and a host of independent carriers.”

Branson Travel Agency’s reservation center is currently open. For detailed information regarding individual and group air fare and car rental quotes, please contact:

Branson Travel Agency
220 Branson Hills Parkway, Suite H
Branson, MO 65616
Phone at (800) 251-6179 Toll Free or (417) 332 -1990
Visit: www.BransonTravelAgency.com

About Branson Tourism Center: Branson Tourism Center and Branson Travel Agency offer commanding individual and group discount pricing for entertainment, lodging, attractions, vacation packages, car rental and air fares for Branson, Missouri- one of America’s most popular destination markets. Among its broad list of professional industry affiliations is membership in the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA).

About Branson, Missouri: Branson, nestled in the exquisite natural beauty of the Ozark Mountain region of southwest Missouri, is decidedly one of America’s top vacation destinations. Playing host to more than seven million visitors annually, Branson offers close to 100 live shows, 200 lodging facilities, 400 restaurants, and many attractions of various descriptions.

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May
14
Linda Ward
prpro@suddenlink.net
Gene Williams Country Music TV Show
417-335-4400
genewilliamscountry.com
2206 W. Hwy. 76
Branson, MO   65616

It’s been over 30 years since Jim Owen portrayed Hank Williams Sr. in his PBS special “Hank” and this week on the Lucas Oil sponsored “Gene Williams Country Music Television Show” Owen is honored for his work with a gold record. The awards just keep coming when Williams is also surprised with one presented to him from his fans.

The gold record awards are made by Nashville’s Ken Kittinger of Creative Award Designs who has made gold records for the likes of former Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter, George Strait, Earl Thomas Conley, Willie Nelson, Epic Records, CBS, Ricky Skaggs, Ronnie McDowell, Charly McClain, Exile and the Jack Daniels distillery.

Kittinger presented Williams’ award on behalf of his fans for having the “best traditional country music show in America,” and “Jim’s award is one that just slipped through the cracks and it is well deserved. It gives me great pleasure to present it to him,” he said. Owen won an Emmy for his PBS special that was voted public television’s best show of the year in 1977. In addition to the PBS portrayal of Hank, Williams also portrayed the legend in two movies.

Charlie Daniels called Owen a country music superstar and many country superstars have recorded his hit songs. “Louisiana Women, Mississippi Man” was recorded by Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. Mel Tillis recorded “Too Lonely Too Long” among others. Charlie Pride, Cal Smith, Tommy Cash, George Jones, Charlie Louvin, Melba Montgomery, Waylon Jennings and Eddy Arnold and Owen himself have recorded his original songs.

Also on this show Johnny Lee stops in to visit with Williams, Owen and Katie Lynn, Williams’ co-host. Lee is making country music history by starring in his own show that will open Sept. 2 at 8 p.m. in the Gene Williams Theatre, the former Branson Hall of Fame Theatre, at the Branson Mall. Tickets are on sale at the box office of the theater recently opened by Williams where his weekly television show is taped live before a studio audience and where he is now showcasing several live shows: Mark Aldred Variety Show at 10 a.m., The Sweethearts of Branson at 2 p.m. and through Aug. 30 Real Country with Wally Barbee and Warren Farren at 8 p.m.

The broadcast with Owen and Lee of Williams’ syndicated TV series was May 17 and 18.

Williams’ television guests have included Doug Kershaw, Ed McMahon, Mickey Gilley, the Oak Ridge Boys, Roy Clark, Barbara Fairchild, Sons of the Pioneers, the Osmonds, Johnny Cash’s band The Tennessee Three, Helen Cornelius, Leona Williams, Charlie Louvin, Mary Lou Turner, Cal Smith, Stonewall Jackson, Norma Jean, Little Jimmy Dickens, Porter Wagoner, Jim Owen, Buck Trent and Wanda Jackson.

Williams’ co-host Katie Lynn has received the Branson Entertainment Awards Best Support Vocalist twice for her work in the “Mickey Gilley Show.” She has worked with Gilley for more than eight years and also worked with Jim Owen for seven years. In addition to her singing career, she is a real estate agent. She and the guest stars perform weekly on the television show with the Country Junction Band.

For more information please call 417-334-4400.

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May
14
Linda Ward
prpro@suddenlink.net
Branson Fire Department
(417) 337-8580
cityofbranson.org
110 Crosby St
Branson, MO   65616

Since the early 1900s the Branson Fire Department has provided fire and life safety services and now the community it serves has an opportunity to give back on May 17-18 in the Jubilee parking lot 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday.

The Branson Fire Department and Auxiliary are hosting a fund-raiser with all the proceeds going to several funds to help firefighters in their time of need. Funds include Branson Firefighters Association, Branson Firefighters Auxiliary, Branson Fire Rescue Honor Guard, E.F.F.O.R.T. (Every Firefighter Offering Relief Together) and C.E.R.T. (Community Emergency Response Team).

Classic and non-classic fire trucks from across Missouri will be on display such as Branson Fire Department’s 1937 Dodge Pumper 3 M Series. Prizes will be given to antique fire truck owners for Best of Show (voted on by the public), furthest traveled, oldest working and more.

Among the events are local vendors and prize drawings and refreshments sponsored by the Branson Fire Department and Auxiliary. Lunch will be served beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday is Johnsonville brats and Sunday is Big Daddy’s Bar-B-Que. Donation drawing items include a one night stay at La Quinta, a 32-inch flat screen HDTV, one free haircut at City Styles, a Stihl leaf blower, Bass Pro Merchandise worth $150- barbecue smoker package, rod and reel and more. Anyone wishing to donate items may contact Chris Ely at 417-598-9420 or Brandi Ely at 417-230-8118.

Junior Firefighter Challenge for ages 8-12 will be held 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday with a new challenge starting on the hour and one heap every hour.

Local performers will provide entertainment noon-5 p.m. on Saturday and noon-4 p.m. on Sunday. To date members of American/Arkansas Kids Inc., American Kids alumae Brandi Ely and Wendy Keith, and performers from the Gene Williams Theatre are on the schedule.

Branson Fire Department is dedicated to teamwork, communication and professional career development to provide prompt and reliable fire and life safety services to the residents and visitors of Branson. It was organized in the early 1900s and was volunteer until 1993. The first piece of motorized apparatus was obtained in 1927 and a rural fire service was established in the mid-1950s. In late 1996 Station #2 opened, in 1999 Station #3 opened and Station #4 is being proposed to open soon.

In addition to fire protection the Branson Fire Department provides public education, maintains a benevolent fund to help visitors and residents in times of need and operates volunteer programs. Other programs include Storm Ready for weather emergencies, continuing education and training programs and the Honor Guard that participates in 10 to 14 events per year, both fire, and non-fire related.

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May
14
Linda Ward
prpro@suddenlink.net
Gene Williams Showcase Theatre
417-335-4400
genewilliamscountry.com
2206 W. Hwy. 76
Branson, MO   65616

“Lookin’ for Love” Johnny Lee will star in his own show beginning in September in the new Gene Williams Theatre in Branson and recently announced that the tickets will be only $15 a person.

“That’s an amazing price for this level of entertainment in Branson or anywhere else. Johnny Lee has had top hits on Billboard charts and numerous concert, television and Grand Ole Opry appearances,” said Gene Williams who showcases his own TV show in the Gene Williams Theatre along with several other live shows.

The Gene Williams Theatre (formerly Branson Hall of Fame Theatre) is located in the Branson Mall (2206 W. Hwy. 76) on the world famous Highway 76 in the entertainment town that Johnny Lee calls home.

Lee said, “This price for my concert which will run through Sept. 2-Dec. 15 is a recession proof price. In spite of rising prices and no matter what the price of a barrel of oil this fall, I am sticking with a $15 ticket for anyone who wants to see my Branson show.”

Lee will open on Sept. 2 at 8 p.m. in the Gene Williams Theatre and present concerts Monday through Saturday through Dec. 15. Tickets are on sale now at the Gene Williams Theatre Box Office at 417-335-4400. For more information go to the website genewilliamscountry.com.

Having his own show in Branson is a first for Johnny Lee and Branson although he has guest starred on many Branson stages. Lee, who is a member of the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame, had his own band in high school. He took time out to serve his country in the Navy and then worked with his friend Mickey Gilley, appeared in several television roles and then was asked to perform in the film, “Urban Cowboy.” His “Lookin’ For Love” from that film and soundtrack spent three weeks at the top of the Billboard country music singles charts as #1 and #2 on the pop music singles charts. He followed that with a string of Top 10 hits, numerous television appearances, appearing on the Grande Ole Opry and recorded several albums.

In addition to “Lookin’ For Love” his hits include “One In A Million,” “Bet Your Heart On Me,” “The Yellow Rose (a duet with Lane Brody),” “You Could’ve Heard a Heart Break,” “Pickin’ Up Strangers,” “Prisoner of Hope,” “Be There for Me Baby,” “Cherokee Fiddle,” “Sounds Like Love,” “Hey Bartender” and “Rollin’ Lonely.”

His TV appearances include “Fantasy Island,” “ChiPS,” “The Fall Guy” and “The A-Team.”

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May
14
Dawn Black
dawn@myerhotels.com
Myer Hotels
416,336.4345
www.myerhotels.com
3601A Shepherd of the Hills Expwy
Branson, MO   65616

Branson, MO —The Best Western Music Capital Inn in Branson, Missouri has received the Best Western Chairman’s Award, the hotel chain’s highest honor for outstanding quality standards. The Chairman’s Award recognizes Best Western International hotels with a cleanliness and maintenance inspection score of over 950 points out of a possible 1,000. Hotels must also meet Best Western’s requirements for design and high customer service scores to qualify for the award.

“Receiving the Chairman’s Award from Best Western is a tremendous honor,” explains Gail Myer, Vice President of Operations for Myer Hotels. “This award demonstrates the Best Western Music Capital Inn team’s commitment to providing quality accommodations for our guests. Our housekeeping and maintenance departments have worked hard to achieve this level of excellence.”

The Best Western Music Capital Inn is directly across from the Shoji Tabuchi Theater, Branson’s most popular show, with several other theaters and restaurants within walking distance. The Best Western Music Capital Inn exudes the intimate and personal atmosphere of a small, boutique hotel while providing the amenities and benefits of a large hotel. This combination creates a lodging experience sure to satisfy and lure guests into relaxation. The hotel offers numerous amenities such as their indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, game room, exercise room, gift shop and free deluxe continental breakfast.

“We are excited that the staff has achieved this award once again. The Best Western Music Capital Inn has consistently been one of the top Best Westerns in the country. The hotel has achieved this award several times in the past” said Chris Myer, VP of Marketing. “As a part of the world’s largest hotel chain we get inspected several times a year. This is an opportunity for us to further understand how we compete with hotels across the country as well as have an independent inspector provide feedback to us. This helps us continually improve.

About Myer Hotels
In the lodging business for 40 years, the Myer family has actively contributed to Branson’s hospitality market for over 24 years and received numerous national awards. Myer Hotels includes the Best Western Center Pointe Inn, Best Western Music Capital Inn, Comfort Inn at Thousand Hills, Comfort Inn & Suites Branson Meadows and Comfort Inn West. The properties emphasize excellent locations, countless amenities and exceptional customer service while focusing on great value in the upper mid-scale area.

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