February
21

Branson Variety Theater Announces Opening Shows

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Branson Variety Theater is excited to announce opening shows!

Shake Rattle and Roll – February 24th at 8PM

Twelve Irish Tenors – March 1st at 8PM

For more information visit www.BransonVarietyTheater.com or call

1-888-462-7267

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February
21

The 2011 Hemi Truck Club Rally

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Coming to Branson, Missouri… The 2011 Hemi Truck Club Rally

June 20th – 24th with the Show and Shine to be held on June 22nd at the Tri-Lakes Dodge dealership from 9:00AM – 1:00PM.

Owners of Hemi Trucks and Hemi SUV’s are welcome to join the club by visiting www.hemitruckclub.com

Donations from the events will be donated to the Christian Action Ministry

www.christianactionministries.com

WELCOME to the 6th annual national Hemi Truck Club Rally.  We are a club of almost 7000 members and are honored to be able to hold our event in Branson, Missouri this year.  A live radio broadcast will cover the event.  We encourage new members, Hemi Truck and SUV owners, and the general public to check out our website and come out and visit with us.  The Show and Shine will be held on June 22nd from 9:00AM – 1:00PM and there will be judging at the event also.

The HTC is proud to be accepting donations for the Christian Action Ministry.  CAM is a large and very respected charity in Branson and Taney County that provides a food pantry and help for children in need of school supplies.  We will have a container present at the Show and Shine for any donations.  They are a wonderful group of people that care very much about their community and are very deserving of any donations we can raise.  Every single dollar counts.  www.christianactionministries.org

We would like to express our gratitude to the Tri-Lakes Dodge dealership for hosting our event.  Come on out and check out our club, it may make you want to go buy yourself a Hemi.  www.trilakesmotors.com

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us through the email links found on the  HTC website or you can send questions to lisamopreshtc05@yahoo.com with HTC in the subject line.

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February
18

The International Ozark Steel Guitar Association presents Hot Winter Fun at the Branson Community Center.

Saturday the 26th Show 9:00 til 5:00

Sunday the 27th Jam time 1:00 til 5:00

Sunday Only Free Seminar Mr. Kevin Clemons

Speed Pickin The Easy Way!!!!!!!

201 Compton Drive, Branson, MO

Featuring:

Dean Holman (Baldknobbers Show)

Scotty Henderson (Lake of the Ozarks)

Jerry Roller (Arkansas Opry)

Dave Musgrave (Ricky Boen Show)

Jack Musgrave (Always Patsy Show)

Eddie Lane (Plummers Show)

Keith Hilton (Hilton Volume Pedals)

Jerry Newberry (Arkansas Little Opry)

Gene Crain and Larry Baker & Miss Jean Defore

Mike McGee (Terry’s Favorite Player)

Buck Grantham (MR. Louisiana)

Also Featuring Roy Rogers Jr and the High Riders with Greg Moody on Steel

Mr. Joey Riley

Saturday Show $5.00

Free Jam Sunday

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February
18
logo Bob
bob@bobnicholscompany.com
Bob Nichols Company
417 699-6199
www.bobnicholscompany.com
4514 N Gretna Rd
Branson, MO   65616

Branson, Missouri – One of the most anticipated Fundraisers of the season was held last Wednesday at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater, home to Legends in Concert. “Dancing with the Stars of Branson” awarded their 2nd annual Mirror Ball trophy to Bill Tirone of The Hilton Convention Center and his professional partner Jody Kosterlitz from the Shoji Tabuchi Show. The award was presented by Branson Mayor Raeanne Presely along with, Producer and host of the show, Bob Nichols. The real winners of the night were the children of our community who will benefit from the more than $13,400 which is projected to have been raised from the night of fun and entertainment.

For two years in a row, Associated Artists, a Bob Nichols Company, has produced this popular fundraiser as a community service. After selling out a smaller theatre last year, the dancing fundie was moved to Dick Clark’s Theatre, for 2011, in order to accommodate the growing popularity of this concept. More than 1000 excited people watched as Stars and Pros from different segments of the Branson community came together to step out of their comfort zones for a good cause.

Dancing for this year’s fund raising effort were Branson Entertainers Kevin Knudsen, from SIX; Jim Barber, Hamner Barber Theatre; Buck Heard, Rock-U-Mentally.com and Legends in Concert; J Fotsch from Power 96.5 in Springfield; Billie Naioti, a popular local designer; Bill Tirone from the Hilton; Police Officer Kip Teitsort from Branson High School and BHS Senior, Lavetta VanBuren. Our Celebrity Judges were Steve Willoughby from Hometown Radio, Camille Davis, local entertainer, and Michelle Willadsen, owner of Midwest Dance Revolution. They presented the newly added “Judges Cup” award. Nichols said the idea was to give recognition to the couple that most, “… tickled the judges fancy.” He also said, “We are honored to have Branson Mayor Raeanne Presley lending her support to our fundraiser.” The Mayor presented the 2011 Mirror Ball Trophy to Bill and Jody while laying praise on Producer, Nichols, for his contribution in assembling such a wonderful evening of fun and entertainment.

An exclusive VIP Mixer with the Stars and Pros was help in the upstairs area of Dick Clark’s Theater. It began at 5:30 PM and included a “Red Carpet” style cadre of photographers and television cameras. The VIPs were treated to incredible catering by The Catering Divas while they participated in a “Meet and Greet” with the costumed cast of the show. Thy later enjoyed the show from their table seating vantage point in the VIP lounge.

Benefitting from this year’s fundraising efforts were the Branson Arts Council and BHS Project Graduation. Two very important organizations that provide services for the children of our local community, in and around Branson and the Tri-Lakes area. Our local Arts Council is responsible for bringing cultural and artistic opportunities to the children of our community through programs that occur all year. The Educational Youth Symphony, Hands on Clay, Cultural Kaleidescope, Summer Theatre Workshop, Artistic Scholarships and more. BHS Project Grad keeps our high school seniors safe on graduation night.

The Bob Nichols Company produces several events in the Branson area as well as out of state. Upcoming events include the Branson Bridal Show at the Hilton Convention Center on March 12 and the 3rd Annual Missouri Food & Wine Festival at the Chateau on the Lake Resort on April 29 and 30. The 3rd Annual Dancing with the Stars of Branson is already being planned. For more information on these events, go to www.DancingWithTheStarsOfBranson.com.

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February
17
logo Tiffany Powers
tpowers@legendsinconcert.com
Legends in Concert
417-339-3003
www.legendsinconcert.com
1600 W. Hwy. 76
Branson, MO   65616

Legends in Concert, at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater, announces area appreciation to our friends and families who live or work in Stone or Taney County. Tickets will be $5.00 plus tax on Feb. 25, 26 & 27 for both the 3 & 8 p.m. shows. Don’t miss our sensational spring line-up! Come see Buddy Holly, Toby Keith, Aretha Franklin, The Blues Brothers and Elvis in one incredible theatrical production including the Legends in Concert band and fabulous singers and dancers.
Proof of residency or employment required at time of purchase. Tickets available day of show only and can be purchased at the Legends box office. For more information, call 417-339-3003 or visit www.legendsinconcert.com.

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February
17
Mark Baker
bpglendale@aol.com
Mark Baker
417-864-7435
327 S. Dove Valley Ave.
Springfield, MO   65802

Come to the Cowboy Camp Meeting at the Circle B Show on Sunday, March 6 at 5 p.m. Featuring The Riders of the Circle B, Dustin Rogers and the Highriders, Travis Loewen, J.D. Baker and cowboy pastor, Mark Baker. Free Admission. Everyone is welcome with fun, history, music and worship. For more information call 417-864-7435.

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February
17

Named to President’s Roll at SFA

Posted In: Branson by Bria Taack


Bria Taack
taackbm@yahoo.com
SFASU Office of Public Affairs
SFA Public Affairs, BOX 6100 SFA Station
Nacogdoches, TX   75962

For Immediate Release

Named to President’s Honor Roll at SFA

February 11, 2011

BRANSON, Missouri—Ellen Claire Denney, geography major from Branson, has been named to the President’s Honor Roll at Stephen F. Austin State University for the fall semester.

To be eligible for this honor, a student must be enrolled in 12 or more semester hours and maintain a grade point average of 4.0.

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Contact: Kayli Steger
SFA Public Affairs
(936)468-2605

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February
11
logo Bob
bob@mofoodfest.com
Missouri Food & Wine Festival
417-593-3418
www.mofoodfest.com
4514 N Gretna Rd
Branson, MO   65616

3rd Annual Missouri
Food and Wine Festival

Branson, Missouri – On April 29 & 30, thousands of “Foodies” will be focused on the largest food event in Branson, The Missouri Food & Wine Festival. It is also ranked as one of the biggest in the entire “Show Me State”. Attendees sample food and beverages at their leisure, while enjoying entertainment, seminars, cooking demonstrations and celebrity appearances. Produced by The Bob Nichols Company at The Chateau on the lake Resort.

A twin “Iron Chef” style Kitchen Theatre will provide the stage for Chef demos hosted by The DJ Chef, Marc Weiss, from the FOOD Network, VH1 and MTV. And the KSFX Performance stage will host seminars and book signings by The Lennon Sisters and more! Along with our already established “Chef of the Fest” and “Best of Missouri Wine Classic”, we will be naming “Branson’s Best Burger” and “Branson’s Best Pizza”. Festival hours are from 2 PM to 9 PM on Friday April 29; and from 12 Noon to 9 PM on Saturday, April 30.
Guest Passes are $24 for one day & $36 for two days.

For Passes and information go to www.MoFoodFest.com or call 417-699-6199

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February
11
logo Bob
bob@bobnicholscompany.com
Associated Artists
417 593-3418
www.dancingwiththestarsofbranson.com
4514 N Gretna Rd
Branson, MO   65616

The Original Dancing with the Stars of Branson
Is Back and Bigger than Ever

Branson, Missouri – For the second year in a row, Bob Nichols will produce this successful fundraiser as a community service for all the children of the Branson area. Building upon the success of last year’s event, Bob will be joined on stage by an impressive lineup of community figures and Branson Stars. The entire community is invited to participate by attending this annual fundraising favorite. This year, the event will be held on February 16 at the Dick Clark American bandstand Theater, home to Legends in Concert.

In February of last year, Nichols produced the original “Dancing with the Stars of Branson” at another theatre and has moved it this year to accommodate the second season growth. Tom Boyce, of Boyce Construction, and Shanda Watts-Stringer, a local professional dancer, were the winners of Branson’s very first Mirror Ball Trophy provided by The Sign Man of Branson. The Vacation Channel is, again, a major sponsor this year, providing the video packages that play during the show. TVC will be airing the entire production at a future date on Branson Sudden Link cable channel 6, as it did in 2010.

Dancing for this year’s fund raising efforts will be Branson Entertainers Kevin Knudsen, from SIX; Jim Barber, Hamner Barber Theatre; Buck Heard, Rock-U-Mentally; J Fotsch from Power 96.5 in Springfield; Billie Naioti, a local designer; Bill Tirone from the Hilton; Officer Kip Teitsort from Branson High School and BHS Senior, Lavetta VanBuren. Our Celebrity Judges will be Tony Orlando, Steve Willoughby, Paul Harris and Michelle Willadsen. And our Second Annual Mirror Ball Trophy will be presented by Mayor Raeanne Presely.

The show will begin at 7 PM with an exclusive VIP “Mixer with the Stars” at 5:30 PM in the upstairs section of the Dick Clark Theater. The “Red Carpet” themed food will be supplied by Branson’s Catering Divas. The stars and pros will mix it up with the VIPS from 5:30 PM to 6:15 PM, then they will head backstage to prepare for their moment in the spotlight. The Celebrity Judges will be making comments but they will not be deciding the winner. You decide the winner of the dance contest with your votes. Each $1 donated into their specific “ballot box’ will equal one vote. The couple that earns the most money for our causes will win the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy.

Benefitting from this year’s fundraising efforts will be the Branson Arts Council and BHS Project Graduation. Two very important organizations that provide services for the children of our local community, in and around Branson and the Tri-Lakes area. Our local Arts Council is responsible for bringing cultural and artistic opportunities to the children of our community through programs that occur all year. The Educational Youth Symphony, Hands on Clay, Cultural Kaleidescope, Summer Theatre Workshop, Milk & Cookies and more. BHS Project Graduation keeps our high school seniors safe on graduation night.

Tickets are only $10 and are available now at the Dick Clark American Bandstand Theater Box office, or by calling 417-339-3003. More information is also available at www.DancingWithTheStarsOfBranson.com

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February
7

COLLEGE OF THE OZARKS

POINT LOOKOUT, MO 65726

(417) 690-2212

FOR MORE INFORMATION

ELIZABETH ANDREWS HUGHES

PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTOR

February 2, 2011

SUBJECT: NO REMAINING TICKETS FOR CONVOCATION WITH PRESIDENT BUSH

Tickets for the Character and Leadership Convocation featuring President George W. Bush scheduled for Thursday, April 7, at College of the Ozarks are no longer available.

Because of overwhelming public response, tickets went quickly.

College of the Ozarks deeply regrets that there are some who are interested in attending the convocation but were not able to procure tickets.

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