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Memories Of Music at Trainers’ Banquet

The Walking Horse Trainers’ Auxiliary is going back in time and doing Memories Of Music this year like they did 20 years ago! It will consist of 11 acts dressing up like their favorite performers and putting on a show while lip singing their favorite song. The audience will choose a winner at the end. Each act will have a bucket and for them to win, you have to tip them. Who ever has the most money gets the prize at the end. The Grand Prize Giveaway will still go on in between the acts. After the performances, we will have a deejay and karaoke. Some of the acts include: James Benton Pendleton as Michael Jackson, Dee Cantrell as Brenda Lee, Sarah Dunn and friends as The Temptations, Tim Smith, Andy Adkins and Jeff Willis as The Soggy Bottom Boys, Callie Stuckey and Mack Dekle as Billy Ray and Miley Cyrus, Connie Hess as Reba, Billy Morgan as Elvis, and many more exciting acts that you won’t want to miss!


Memories of Music will be held at the Marriott of Cool Springs in Franklin, Tenn. on Friday, December 5, 2008. The fun will start after the TWHBEA Banquet at 8:30 PM. For information on Memories of Music contact Rhea Ellen Webb at 931-224-5801, Marguerite Sims at 615-542-5377 or Stephanie Rose at 615-542-2540.

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