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Memories of Music

Twenty years ago the Trainers Association and the Auxiliary joined forces to bring you a fun-filled karaoke night of laughter. Well, we are bringing it back this year. On Friday, December 5th, instead of Casino night, TWHBEA and the Auxiliary are re-introducing "Memories of Music". Following the Breeder’s banquet Friday evening will be the show that will be talked about for another twenty years.

There will be 15 acts of singles, pairs, or groups that will lip-synch pre-selected songs for you. The acts will be responsible for gathering their own costumes, make up, hair, and any other accessories they see fit to fulfill their act. A DJ will be present to play the select songs for each performance. The performers will also be responsible for brining their music. Prior to the performance the CD and any other instructions should be given to the proper Ladies Auxiliary members.

At the front of the performance stage collection buckets will be available for the audience to show their support. If you see someone that you like please place your money in their bucket. At the end of the night the money will be counted. The act with the most money will be given the notable title of “Best Act of the Night.”

The fun will start around 8:00 pm. After the very talented and entertaining performances are through, the microphone will be available for everyone to perform. A mixture of Karaoke and the DJ will play for the rest of the night
We would love for as many people to sign up as possible. If this sounds like something you would be interested in please contact any of the following Ladies Auxiliary members:

Rhea Ellen Webb  at  931-224-5801
Stephanie Rose  at  615-542-2540
Tiger Kilgore  at  931-607-9016
Jaclyn Williams  at  615-804-9024
Marguerite Sims  at  615-542-5377

Here is just a taste of what happened 20 years ago.......

Long Gone Blues: Billie Holiday , performed by Sammy Day
For Me and My Gal: Bill Sherman, performed by Billy Morgan
Special Guest: Flip Wilson, performed by Benny Johnson
Sweet Nothin’s: Brenda Lee, performed by Dee Cantrell
Hound Dog: Elvis, performed by Dude Crowder
Burning Up: Madonna, performed by Rollie Beard
Midnight Train to Georgia: Gladys Knight and the Pips, performed by Ronnie Spears, Bobby Beach, Wink Groover, Bill Cantrell and Mike Kassaey

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