February
16

Area young people across Stone and Taney County are invited to a special Town Hall Meeting just for youth. “Ozark Mountain Country’s Youth are our area’s future leaders and we as a community want to encourage our youth to “Champion the Charge” for a better tomorrow,” said Jory Rolf, Ozark Mountain Legacy Director.

“Our goal is to listen to our area youth and equip and empower our future generation to lead toward a positive and preferred future,” Rolf said. The Legacy Youth Initiative Catalyst Team will host this special evening for area youth to participate in round-table discussions, answer questions and share their views on various issues facing our community, our youth culture and our future.

“We want to hear the input on life in the Ozarks, as young people see it,” said Dr. Sue Head, College of the Ozarks Keeter Center for Character Education. “We want to partner with our youth to help them see how they can truly make a difference in Ozark Mountain Country.”

Leaders and youth influencers from various sectors throughout our community will also be on hand to listen, encourage and help facilitate this important community conversation.

This special Youth Town Hall Meeting will be held February 23rd, 6-7:30pm, at the Branson Community Center on Compton Drive. A follow up meeting on March 1st is planned to share the survey results of this meeting with attendees and our community.

The Legacy Youth Catalyst Team is also partnering with community leaders and youth influencers to offer the Legacy Youth Leadership Institute for outstanding area youth, beginning this spring.

For more information about the Legacy Youth Initiative or to RSVP an area youth to participate, please call or text 417/598-1314 or email [email protected]

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February
16
Kelly Fender
kelly.fender@ded.mo.gov
Missouri Employer Committee
417-334-4156
2720 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway
Branson, MO   65616

The Branson chapter of the Missouri Employer Committee (MEC), along with the Missouri Career Center and the Branson Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce, will host a job fair at the Branson Convention Center, 200 Sycamore St., on Saturday, March 10th 2012, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

More than 40 area employers will be on site to meet with prospective employees. In recent years approximately 800 job seekers have attended the annual fair now in its 20th year. Job fair attendees are encouraged to bring copies of their resumes and work histories with them to the event. Admission is free and the event is open to the public.

For more information contact the Branson Career Center at 417-334-4156.

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February
16
logo Helena Lee
helenalee31@gmail.com
Ozark Murder Mysteries
4175595170
www.killerflea.com
1440 State Hwy 248 Suite Q154
Branson, MO   65616

Ozark Murder Mysteries will present “Marriage Is Murder” for the 2012 Spring season!

Branson’s most unique dinner show, Ozark Murder Mysteries, will be opening a brand new show entitled “Marriage Is Murder” for the Spring of 2012 in their new home at the Branson Central Theatre at 625 Hwy 165 in Branson, MO.

Since the day they made the honeymoon reservation, everyone at the Lakeside Bed & Breakfast has been anxiously awaiting the arrival of Hollywood newlyweds, Stanley and Jolene Pitt. When the day finally dawns, the lovable innkeeper, Pat Daniels, does everything in her power to make sure the blockbuster stars have a fun, relaxing evening. Things don’t go as planned, however, when chaos breaks out and someone mysteriously dies! Frightened of the bad publicity, Pat calls in her old friend and novelist, Angela Fletcher, to help figure out ‘whodunnit’ before the tabloids get a hold of the story. There is an array of suspects as Angela nitpicks her way to a solution, but not without a little help from the audience.

“Marriage Is Murder” was written, directed, and produced by the criminally clever Fred Athay and features the top notch talents of several local actors including Liarra Bartlett, Robert Montgomery, Helena Lee, Pamela McCord, Tim Adkins, Jessica Nordberg, Joe Martin, Ray Jones, Jim and Colleen Ellis, and Kerry and Karen Richardson

Long time cast member, Joe Martin, boasts, “I am proud to be a part of this new show. To miss it would be a crime!” Colleen Ellis, the newest addition to Ozark Murder Mysteries exclaims, “I am excited about being a part of Ozark Murder Mysteries this year and about making my debut in Marriage Is Murder. I truly believe that this is the best thing Ozark Murder Mysteries has presented yet.”

“Marriage Is Murder” is now playing and will continue to run through May 27. Ozark Murder Mysteries will debut another brand new show in the Summer entitled, “Murder at the Hop!,” a fifties inspired murder mystery musical.

Tickets and more information can be obtained by calling the box office at 1.800.678.6179 or at the official Ozark Murder Mysteries website at www.killerflea.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ozarkmysteries.

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