January
17

Jesus Was Homeless Prayer Night

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Jesus Was Homeless Prayer Night – Friday, January 20th, 6:00-8:00 pm

You’re Invited!!!
We’re so excited, the “Living Room” at the new Jesus Was Homeless, Yellow Bike Program, Life Support Discussion Groups and Gateway Branson center is just about ready. Through much prayer, hard work and volunteers the center will be operational in just a few weeks.

Because prayer has been and will continue to be a vital part of Jesus Was Homeless, we would like for you to join us this Friday, January 20th, from 6:00-8:00 pm for a night of informal prayer time. You are invited to write your name and/or the names of those that you would like prayer for on the “Living Room” floor of our new location. The names will then be covered with paint but will represent a continual reminder for the importance of prayer.

Please come and join us as we write hundreds of names on the floor. Stay as little or long as you like. Across from Wal-Mart in the Vista Plaza, 2005 W Hwy 76, Ste. 106 (on the backside). For more information contact Amy Stallings at [email protected] or 417-335-0266.

Grace and Peace,
Bryan & Amy Stallings

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January
17

Press Release – Welcome Table Rock Chiropractic to the Chamber

For Immediate Release
The Table Rock Lake Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome it’s newest member, Table Rock Chiropractic.
A Ribbon Cutting to formally welcome Table Rock Chiropractic to the Chamber will be held on Tuesday, February 7th at their location in Kimberling City at 11:30am. All members are welcome to attend this brief event.

”We are very excited to have Table Rock Chiropractic as a part of the Chamber for the first time. Dr. Smith and his team are a great addition to the Chamber and we hope our members and our community take advantage of all they have to offer,” says Heather Cognito, Membership Sales Director.
For more information, please contact Heather Cognito at 739-2564 or [email protected]

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January
17

Art Demonstration by Artist Don Barnes at Mount Pleasant Winery – February 4, 2012

    

We are having an art demonstration here at Mount Pleasant Winery on Feb 4th, by renowned artist Don Barnes, from Denver Colorado. The time is 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm and we will be selling wine by the glass for this event.

About Don Barnes

Don Barnes was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he lived until age twelve. He has lived in Kansas City, Los Angeles, Dallas and Denver. The last is where he met his wife and has made his home since 1976.
Although he had always been artistic, Don didn’t begin painting until 1993. His first show was a solo in 2005, which sold seven of fifteen paintings. Since that time his work has shown in galleries throughout the West. He has been juried into several national shows and has been invited three times to participate in the prestigious Nomadas del Arte’.
His friendship with gallery owner Ernest Fuller allowed Don to study the works of Rob Moore, Hollis Williford, Julie Chapman, Debora Paris and other well known artists. Likewise, with the cooperation of David Cook Fine Art, he spent much time examining the works of the Broadmoor Academy artists – John F. Carlson, Sven Birger Sandzen, Peppino Mangravite, the Magafan Sistes, and others. He feels that the ability to draw from this broad knowledge offers unique possibilities for his art.

Artists Statement
For me, it’s all about technique and experimentation. I love to try new ways of expressing what I see. Each painting comes with a new set of challenges. The excitement is in breaking them down and turning out something that communicates with someone else.

Resume’
2010 – Nomadas del Arte’- Southwest Gallery, Dallas (Invitation)
Visions of the Flint Hills, Buttonwood Gallery, Kansas City (Jury)
Russian Night in Taos, Taos Art Museum, Taos (Jury)
2009 – Nomadas del Arte’ – Southwest Gallery, Dallas (Invitation)
Plein Air Expanded – Republic Plaza, Denver (Jury)
2008 – Nomadas del Arte’- Sage Creek Gallery, Taos (Invitation)
Winter Miniatures- Rob Foster Gallery, Denver (Jury)
Plein Air Artists Colorado Annual Exhibition – Abend Gallery, Denver (Jury)
Denver Plein Air Arts Festival – Golden Triangle Museum District, Denver (Jury)
2007 – Solo show – Compass Bank, Denver (Invitation)
Denver Plein Air Arts Festival – Golden Triangle Museum District, Denver (Jury)
Plein Air Artists Colorado Annual Exhibition – Abend Gallery, Denver (Jury)
2006 – Solo Show – Lone Tree Library, Lone Tree (Invitation)
Plein Air New Mexico Special Exhibition at Northwest New Mexico Visitor Center – Grants
Plein Air New Mexico Annual Show – The Mission Gallery, Grants
2005 – Solo Show – Saxby’s, Denver

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