State Representative Davy Carter

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State Representative Davy Carter
SPONSORED BY
State Representative Davy Carter
Beginning in 1986, Open Arms Shelter began providing emergency
safe housing for Arkansas’ children who have been abused and/or neglected.
These children range in age from birth up to 18 years of age. Open Arms
is one of the few emergency shelters in the state that will accept children
under the age of eight, teenage mothers with their children and large sibling
groups. Through the years, thousands of children have come from all areas of
the state, but the majority of the children are from central Arkansas.
In addition to a room, the children receive three home-cooked meals
a day, snacks and around the clock supervision by our highly experienced
staff. The children attend public school, receive individualized behavior
instruction and management plus receive instruction on basic life skills.
Recognizing the need to mentor teens for a longer period of time and
teach them independent living skills and equipping them with the tools
they need to succeed in adult life, a new wing was added in 2011. Today,
Open Arms Shelter has the ability to serve 24 children at a time whether by
emergency or long-term care, depending on the needs of children under the
care DHS.
Children come to our facility from every imaginable type of crisis. It is
not unusual for a child to hide food because they have grown accustomed to
not knowing when or where their next meal will come. Many times a child
will arrive in tears because of their tragic situation and then leave in tears
because Open Arms Shelter was truly the only caring environment they
have ever experienced. The stay with Open Arms may provide the basis for
hope that will stay with them and positively influence them for a lifetime.
Open Arms Shelter serves not only as a steppingstone for children
in Arkansas awaiting placement in foster homes, treatment facilities or
with relatives, but also long-term care and as a critical source of education,
rehabilitation, love, attention and discipline.
Although the new addition affords Open Arms Shelter the privilege
of serving more children, the cost of building the new wing has placed the
Shelter in debt. Thank you for supporting Open Arms Shelter by attending this
important fundraiser. If you would like to do more for the children of Open
Arms Shelter, please contact Nancy Hamlin, Executive Director (501) 676-6166
or e-mail [email protected]
While serving children 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, our needs
are never ending. If you believe in the mission of Open Arms Shelter, please
consider donating monthly with needed items such as food or paper products
or contribute financially to this private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Open
Arms Shelter is licensed by the State of Arkansas. Your tax-deductible donation
will help insure that children in need have hope for a better tomorrow.
Special Thanks to Our Platinum,
Gold and Silver Sponsors Sponsors!
State Representative
Davy Carter
Bronze Sponsors
Rick & LuAnn Ashley
Bedford Camera & Video
Greenbriar Retirement
of Lonoke
Gwatney Chevrolet
Tom & Rhonda Harps
Lonoke Nursing and
Rehabilitation
Howling Feast Sponsors
(providers of hors d’oeuvres)
Best Toilets, Inc.
Bob Birch
CenturyLink
Lynn & Donna Cooper
The Electric Chair Hair Salon-Cabot
Jim & Patti Julian
Lonoke County Co-op
Mike & Sharon Spence
Friends of OAS Sponsors
Crown Trophy-Cabot • Global Eye Care, J. Bart Brady, O.D.
Iron Horse Coach Company • Lomanco • Morris Antiques
PROGRAM GUIDE
Welcome and introduction of celebrity MC’s by Rick and LuAnn Ashley
representing Open Arms Shelter and Centennial Bank.
Celebrity MC’s - Alyse Eady & Tom Brannon
Introduction of judges, scoring, people’s choice award, the evening’s activities
including how to Scary-oke at the After Party.
ACT I
“It’s Raining Men”................................................ Tawanna Campbell and Friends
“Midnight Rider”.......................................................................... Chase Perryman
“Stay”........................ Leah Patterson with Michael Ashton, II and Chuck Massey
“Casper the Friendly Ghost”.......................... Bob Clausen with daughter Karstyn
“The Witch Doctor”............................................................................Lauren Clark
“To Love Somebody”........................................................................Ron Calcagni
“Bad Reputation”....................... Jennifer Trafford with daughter, Madison Hines,
and friends, Catelyn Parker & Olive Long
Tribute Song to the Children of Open Arms Shelter
“Temporary Home”......................................................................... Sondra Burnett
INTERMISSION & LIVE AUCTION NO. 1
(See page 11 for description of auction items)
ACT II
“YMCA”............................................................................. Gary Hogan & Friends
”One Way or Another”...................................................................... Marci Manley
“Feeling Good”.................................................. State Representative Davy Carter
“Men in Black”......................................................Matt Johnson & Roger Susanin
“I Don’t Want To Be Tied”.................................................... Mayor Gary Fletcher
“Witchy Woman”..................................................................................... DJ Taylor
Grand Finale
“The Monster Mash”...................................... Scott Standridge and Celebrity Cast
CELEBRITY AWARDS
INTERMISSION & LIVE AUCTION 2
(See page 15 for description of auction items)
AFTER PARTY
There’s no reason to be afraid. Your After Party MC’s,
Ashley Tarvin and Chuck Massey,
will guide you through the thrills and chills of
Open mic Scary-oke!
Judges
Sondra Burnett..................................................................Chritian recording artist
Jeremy Guenther..................................................................DJ on 105.1 The Wolf
Joe Kleine....................................................... Assistant UALR Basketball Coach
Jeannette Reyes..................... General Assignment Reporter for KATV Channel 7
Leah Thorvilson................................................................. Elite Marathon Runner
Scoring
The judges will score each performance from 1 to 10 in the following categories: Voice Quality
Rhythm & Tempo
Vocal Expression
Stage Presence
Entertainment Value
Costume
Trophies Awarded
Trophies will be awarded for First, Second and Third Place based upon the judges
score. The judges will also award a Best Costume trophy. The People’s Choice
Award will be determined by the most audience “votes.”
Audience Voting - The People’s Choice!
Single, five, ten or twenty! Yes you can concoct a magic
potion to make sure your favorite singer wins The People’s
Choice Award! The Witches caldrons will be ready for
“eye of dollar” after each performance. The singer with the
highest value magic potion wins the award, and the kids at
Open Arms Shelter will be the biggest winners because of
your generosity!
2012 Scary-Oke Were-Elvis:
Matthew Moore
Don’t miss your
chance to get your
Scary-oke picture
with the Were-Elvis!
Available now in the
lobby.
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Sondra Burnett
Gifted singer, songwriter and speaker, Sondra
Burnett, is using her God-given talent and natural
Southern humor to bring worship, as well as joy, to
those she ministers to. Married to her high school
sweetheart, Rodney. They have two beautiful
daughters, Allie and Marlee.
Jeremy Guenther
Jeremy was born and raised in Arkansas. Jeremy is
the 3 pm to 7pm DJ on 105.1 The Wolf. Jeremy not
only has a deep love and affection for the all of the
outdoor adventures that Arkansas has to offer but the
people of the state as well. Jeremy’s musical taste has
always been centered on country music but especially
the older country sound.
Joe Kleine
Fifteen-year NBA veteran and Olympic gold medalist Joe Kleine enters his fifth season on the UALR
Trojans coaching staff. He also was the winner of
the first annual Scary-oke’s People’s Choice Award.
Kleine was a member of the 1984 U.S. Olympic gold
medal team and won an NBA Championship with the
Chicago Bulls in 1998.
Jeannette Reyes
Jeannette Reyes is a general assignment reporter for Channel 7 News. She was born and raised in Providence, R.I.
but her family is originally from the Dominican Republic.
Jeannette is the youngest of four. She received her BA in
Broadcast Journalism at Kent State University where she
was the first place recipient of the national Hearst Award
and RTDNA’s Ken Kashiwahara Scholarship.
Leah Thorvilson
A former UALR Trojan Track and Cross Country runner, Leah
is now the 4-time champion of the Little Rock Marathon. She
also competed in the 2012 Olympic Trials Marathon last January, and is one of only 50 women worldwide that have been
invited to join the Elite Runners in the upcoming New York
Marathon. While continuing to train and compete as a professional runner, Leah also works part time at a favorite local running store, Go! Running. She is currently single, but accepting
applications from men over 30 with a good sense of humor and
appreciation for red wine.
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Masters of Ceremonies
Celebrity Section
Alyse Eady............................Co-Anchor & Host on Today’s THV This Morning
Tom Brannon........................Co-Anchor & Host on Today’s THV This Morning
After Party Section
Ashley Tarvin.................................. Cabot Public Schools Theater & Dance icon
Chuck Massey.................. Cabot Public Schools Television & Broadcasting icon
Alyse Eady
Alyse Eady is an Arkansas native and graduate of Ouachita Baptist University with
degrees in Mass Communications and Speech Communication. She was crowned Miss
Arkansas in 2010 and traveled 50,000 miles across the state as a community service
ambassador and advocate of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
She represented Arkansas at the 2011 Miss America Pageant in Las Vegas and was
named 1st Runner-up, receiving $50,000 in scholarships from the Miss America
Organizations.
Alyse performed her signature ventriloquism routine on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” Country
Music Television, Inside Edition, “Showtime at the Apollo,” “The Rachel Maddow Show” and other national
TV venues.
In August of 2011, Alyse joined CBS affiliate KTHV as the newest anchor on “Today’s THV This Morning”,
a role that continues to allow her to serve her home state.
Tom Brannon
Tom Brannon hosts one of Arkansas’ most popular morning shows on Today’s THV along
with Ashley Blackstone and Alyse Eady
Tom is a native Arkansan. He was born in Jacksonville and graduated from Cabot High
School in 1985. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Arkansas at Little
Rock and a Certificate of Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University.
He holds seals of approval from the National Weather Association and the American
Meteorological Society.
He enjoys working with children and educating them about weather, which he does Fridays’ during the school
year during his “Breakfast with Tom” visits to local schools.
Tom volunteers his time working with charitable organizations such as Arkansas Food Bank Network, Special
Olympics and “Stuff the Sleigh.” He also travels the state to speak to or emcee duties for various groups.
His hobbies include golf, playing a little tennis, fishing on the Little Red River, working in his yard and spending time with his family. Tom and his wife, Leigh Ann, live in Little Rock with their daughter, Sophia.
Ashley Tarvin & Chuck Massey
Ashley Tarvin & Chuck Massey began their rise to local stardom as winners in
Dancing with the Cabot Stars. Ignited by this achievement, they are inspired to
perform: Chuck, with his rousing karaoke sensation, “Celebration” and Ashley
dancing as Tina Turner on “Rolling On the River” at various parties throughout Central Arkansas. Come Monday, they’ll be back at Cabot High School,
where Ashley directs the Theatre & Dance Department, and Chuck leads the
Radio/TV Broadcasting program.
Ashley was named Teacher of the Year for the Arkansas Communication and
Theatre Arts Association in 2003. She has choreographed over 20 musicals for Cabot Schools and implement
a theatre dance program. You can see her directorial skills at the annual fall and spring musical and CHS dance
recital. She is married to Brad Tarvin and has five wonderful sons, Lane, Grant, Wyatt, Kent, and Cash.
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Chuck earned a degree in Music Education from the University of Central Arkansas in 1988 and a Master of
Music degree in 1993. He returned to his hometown, Cabot, to teach music. In 2006 he created the broadcast
journalism, video production, and film department. He manages the Cabot Schools Network (CSN), the educational access channel on Suddenlink cable. He is also the Director of Music at Cabot United Methodist Church.
He is married to Joyce and has two children, Lauren, and Landon.
Celebrity Scary-Oke Act 1
Tawanna Campbell, “It’s Raining Men”
with LRFD, NLRFD, NLRPD, Were-Elvis and others
For years Tawanna Campbell has been a beacon, leading the way for Arkansas’ burgeoning
Soul musical scene. An all-encompassing performer, Tawanna possesses a heavenly sound,
amazing stage presence and a style all her own.
Sparking comparisons to everyone from Patti LaBelle to Alicia Keys to Aretha Franklin,
Tawanna does not allow herself or her music to be pigeonholed. Her musical acumen is
eclectic and dynamic. She’s performed at Easter Sunrise services, Jazz festivals and classical concerts. She’s even provided the musical backdrop for another Arkansas gem, Academy Award winner Mary Steenburgen. A little known fact is that in addition to being an award-winning actress
Steenburgen is also a songwriter and has collaborated with Tawanna on several songs for Universal Records.
A devoted protege’ of musical luminary and veteran Broadway performer Lawrence Hamilton, Tawanna never
fails to impress. Whether performing soul stirring, down home gospel classics, legendary soul hits or contemporary R&B Tawanna gives her all to guarantee an outstanding performance. Tawanna’s soothing, smooth and
moving tones have long served as the Natural State’s voice.
Chase Perryman, “Midnight Rider”
Blending southern-rock, blues, and modern alternative rock, Chase Perryman’s music
is wonderfully eclectic. His voice is engaging and warm, and his lyrics are heartfelt. He
writes how he feels, what he knows and he sings from the very depths of his soul.
Perryman released his debut album, “Songs For the Sirens,” in 2009 before being discovered by Archetype Records, an indie label based out of Atlanta. His sophomore album,
“All Things Invisible,” was recorded with Archetype Records in 2011. They have since
parted ways and Perryman is now producing his own music again and has promised free
music for life for all of the fans that subscribe to his email list.
Perryman and his band ‘The People Familiar with the Situation’ are currently working on recording Perryman’s
third album, ‘The Storm of Us.’ Even though the free music his subscribers receive is primarily acoustic, make
no mistake about it – this album is a rock record that truly showcases the live band experience. It’s planned
release is in the spring of 2013. For more information visit www.chaseperryman.com..
Leah Patterson, “Stay”
Leah Patterson, chemical engineer turned professional salsa dancer and holistic aesthetician, is the owner of Etniq Cosmetics, an all natural mineral makeup line currently
sold at Whole Foods Little Rock and other boutiques and fine stores throughout the
country. She currently resides in Little Rock, where she teaches salsa dance classes and
continues her quest to educate women about natural beauty and share her love of Latin
dance with the masses.
Bob Clausen, “Casper the Friendly Ghost”
with daughter, Karstyn
Bob Clausen is co-anchor of KARK 4 News at 5, 6 & 10. He joined the news team in the
fall of 1994. He is an Emmy award-winning journalist who has also been honored by the
Associated Press for investigative reporting.
Bob grew up on New York’s Long Island and attended school at Castleton State College in
Vermont and the University of Arizona. He holds a degree in Broadcast Communications.
He lives in Little Rock with his wife Tammy and their daughter Karstyn and stepson Blake.
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Celebrity Scary-Oke Act 1 - continued
Lauren Clark, “The Witch Doctor”
Lauren isn’t new to a microphone but isn’t usually singing in front of crowds. A former
reporter for KTHV in Little Rock, Lauren dazzles wherever she goes! She loves going on
assignment, shooting, writing and editing her own packages and wants you to know she
sleeps very well at night (because she’s worn out!)
Always loving a party and knowing what’s going on around town, she’s excited to scare
you all tonight with her vocal abilities and holiday mood. If you ever have a news idea or
story, don’t be scared to send it her way.
In her free time, she is enjoying getting moved into her new house in West Little Rock, trying to grow a garden,
taking and being in pictures, working out and spending time with local organizations doing good for the community. Happy Halloween!
Ron Calcagni, “To Love Somebody”
Ron Calcagni is a legendary Razorback football team quarterback.
Born in Youngstown, Ohio, and an All-State in high school, Calcagni was initially
recruited by Bo Rein to play for North Carolina State University. However, Rein left NC
State to coach under Frank Broyles and convinced Calcagni to follow him there.
His 25–4–2 winning record made him the winningest quarterback in Razorbacks history.
Calcagni is perhaps best known for his role in the defeat of the heavily favored #2 ranked
Oklahoma Sooners in the 1978 Orange Bowl. Following that upset victory Calcagni and
head coach Lou Holtz were on the September 11th, 1978 cover of Sports Illustrated. He
also lead the Razorbacks to a 1976 Cotton Bowl victory over the University of Georgia.
Calcagni currently is the head coach for the Pulaski Heights Middle School Panthers where he has won two
district championships.
Jennifer Trafford, “Bad Reputation”
with daughter, Madison Hines and friends, Catelyn Parker and Olive Long
Jennifer is originally from Morrilton, Arkansas. She graduated from there in 1992 and then
from UCA in Conway in 1997. She is married to Micah Hines. They have two sweet little
girls, Madison (7) and Willow (1), and one pet, Ferb (Chinese Sharpei). You can enjoy Bob
Robbins and Jennifer on KSSN’s morning show every Monday-Friday from 5-10am.
“Temporary Home”
Special Tribute Song to the children of
Open Arms Shelter by Sondra Burnett
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Scary-oke Live Auction 1
Auctioneer: Doug Erwin, Lonoke County Judge
Item 1: Haunted Tour and Paranormal Investigation for 4
You and 3 of your friends will join Linda Howell of
Haunted Tours of Little Rock, LLC for a two-hour
haunted evening tour of the historic Quapaw Quarter and
Argenta Historic District. Then, you’ll book a tour for 4
with Rhonda Burton of Arkansas Ghost Catchers for a
4-hour paranormal investigation at the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History where David O. Dodd
was hanged by the Union Army in 1864.
Minimum Bid $200
Item 2: Autographed Justin Beiber Framed Photo
A custom framed and matted hand-signed autographed
photo of teen star Justin Bieber. It comes with a letter of
authenticity plus a matching numbered hologram. The autograph is guaranteed for life.
Minimum Bid $350
Item 3: Pearl Necklace and Earings
100-inch endless strand of fresh water cultured pearls with matching earrings of 14kw
white gold with back lever clasp, accented
with diamonds (1/10 carat total diamond
weight). Estimated retail value $800.
Minimum Bid: $300
Item 4: Pirates of the Caribbean autographed,
framed & matted movie poster
Hand signed by Johnny Depp, Keira Knightly,
Orlando Bloom, and Geoffrey Rush! It comes with a
letter of authenticity plus a matching numbered hologram. The autographs are guaranteed for life.
Minimum Bid: $100
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Scary-oke Live Auction 1 - continued
Auctioneer: Doug Erwin, Lonoke County Judge
Item 5: Ladies Spooktacular Gift Package
Beginning with a $500 Gift
Certificate from Bella Dia
Day Spa of Cabot, includes
a 3-hour consultation with
designer Sarah Strabala of
Sarahndipity Interiors, plus a contemporary framed art piece
from The Furniture Store of Cabot (valued at $550), and a
lovely bouquet of 2-dozen roses from Floral Express in
Little Rock.
Minimum Bid $500
Item 6: Two Round-Trip Southwest Airlines Tickets
Two Round-Trip Tickets to anywhere Southwest Airlines
flies with no blackout dates or restrictions,
and bags fly free!
Item value $1,000.
Minimum Bid: $300.
Item 7: Mount Nebo Cabin 3-day Getaway
Enjoy a 3-day weekend on top of Mt Nebo,
Arkansas. This three bedroom private home
is surrounded on three sides by Mt. Nebo
State Park. Enjoy hiking, tennis or watching
the wildlife. Most weekends find hang gliders flying off the mountain at Sunrise Point.
There is also a seasonal waterfall to enjoy.
Mt. Nebo is only an 1 1/2 hour drive from
Little Rock. Receiver of this voucher has
through October 2013 to redeem and must be
willing to work with owner on travel dates.
Item Value: $1,000
Minimum Bid: $300
Item 8: AAA Texas 500 NASCAR Tickets
Two tickets to the AAA Texas 500 NASCAR
Sprint Cup Series at Texas Motor Speedway
on November 4 in Dallas. Donated by Shell.
Retail Value: $270
Minimum Bid: $100
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Celebrity Scary-Oke Act 2
Gary Hogan, “YMCA” with Johnny Johnson, Roland Pennington,
Ed Daniel, John Riddle and J.D. Ashley
Gary Hogan is the associate athletic director at UALR. Before moving into athletic administration, Hogan was head baseball coach for 11 years (1986-97), and was sports director at
Little Rock’s CBS affiliate, KTHV-TV for nine years before that. While at KTHV, Hogan
won an Associated Press Sports Broadcast Award and produced numerous St. Louis Cardinal baseball and University of Arkansas football and basketball programs.
Gary is married to the former Heidi Denman of Stuttgart, Ark. They have two children;
Gary and Alyssa. Joining Gary tonight are his friends, Johnny Johnson, Roland Pennington, Ed Daniel, John Riddle and J.D. Ashley in performing the crowd-pleasing anthem of
‘YMCA” by The Village People.
Johnny Johnson
Johnny Johnson is the Athletic Director for the Russellville School District. He was
previously the Athletic Director for the Little Rock school district for 11 years.
Johnson was the Head Basketball Coach for the University of the Ozarks for 11
years. Before that, he was an assistant basketball coach for UALR for 3 years.
Roland Pennington
Roland Pennington, Senior Vice-President, Investment Banking, Crews & Associates, Inc. is President of Letter Jackets for Athletes, Inc. Lead singer for TaylorMadeRocks, Board Member of the Arkansas Softball Hall of Fame. He enjoys music,
golf, softball, working out and other athletic activities.
J. D. Ashley, Jr.
J. D. Ashley, Jr., grew up in North Little Rock and has lived here most of his life. He
began his career in commercial real estate more than 25 years ago after a successful
career on the music circuit. He has been the Vice President of The Ashley Group
since that time.
Marci Manley, “One Way or Another”
Marci Manley joined the KARK 4 news team in September 2011. She comes to Little Rock
from its sister station KNWA in Fayetteville, where she had been reporting since 2009.
Marci hails from the Arkansas Delta, where she graduated from Lee High School in
Marianna. She is a 2009 graduate of the University of Arkansas with a B.A. in Journalism
and Middle East studies.
Marci got her start in journalism as a staff writer and columnist for The Brinkley Argus
while still in high school. During her college years, she studied abroad in Morocco and
England, developing a love of traveling, She also got a taste of international news coverageduring the 2008
presidential election as an intern for Al-Arabiya News in Washington, D.C.
When she’s not covering a story, Marci enjoys listening to Bob Dylan on vinyl, playing with her dog Aubrey, or
reading a mystery novel.
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Celebrity Scary-Oke Act 2 (continued)
State Representative Davy Carter, “Feeling Good”
Last year’s first place winner at Scary-oke, Davy Carter is a resident of Cabot with his
wife Cara and three children. Davy is a graduate of Arkansas State University where he
received a bachelor of finance. He also holds a juris doctorate, with Honors, from the
University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Bowen School of Law.
He is a Division President of Centennial Bank in Cabot, a licensed attorney, and a member of the Arkansas House of Representatives where he is the Chairman of the House
Revenue and Tax Committee.
Matt Johnson and Roger Susanin, “Men in Black”
Matt Johnson is an award-winning General Assignment Reporter for Channel 7. He comes
to Central Arkansas from KXXV, an ABC affiliate in Waco, TX, where he worked as the
Killeen Bureau Chief.
Matt was born and raised in Southern California and is a graduate of California State
University Northridge, located just outside of Los Angeles. While in college, Matt won an
Edward R. Murrow Award, an Associated Press Mark Twain Award, and a Golden Mike
for a radio piece on statewide education cuts. He’s always had a passion for writing, telling
stories, and getting involved in the community which is why Matt says he will always be a
newsman. Teaming up with fellow reporter, Roger Susanin tonight, he and Roger wrote this
original rap to the tune of “Men in Black”.
Roger Susanin is a General Assignment Reporter for the Channel 7 News Team. He received a BA in Broadcast Journalism at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public
Communications, where he was a Chancellors Scholar and winner of the Maxwell Scholarship. In his junior year he interned at NBC London.
Roger is an avid sports fan and enjoys rooting for the Razorbacks. When not reporting the
news, he can often be found exploring Central Arkansas and getting to know its residents.
Mayor Gary Fletcher, “I Don’t Want to be Tied”
Gary Fletcher has served as Jacksonville’s Mayor since 2009, Gary was named Citizen of
the Year in 1973. He received the Jacksonville Jaycee of the Year in 1974 and Jacksonville’s
Outstanding Second Year Jaycee in 1975. In 1975 he also was recognized as Arkansas’
Outstanding Second Year Jaycee in 1975. Gary served two terms as President of the Jacksonville Jaycees. And twice recognized as Outstanding Young Man of America. He served
on the Jacksonville Planning Commission.
Always ready to listen, you’ll enjoy listening to Gary’s performance of Elvis’, “I Don’t
Want to be Tied.” Gary is married to Glenda Kyzer and the father of two; Ray and Autumn.
DJ Taylor, “Witchy Woman”
Originally from Harrisburg, Arkansas, DJ has lived in Northeast Arkansas for most of his
life. He began his radio career in 2000, and says, “It’s the best job in the world to me!” He
is a huge music fan. “It doesn’t matter if it’s listening to it or playing it, music is what I
love!” You can catch DJ on KSSN from 7 til midnight.
Celebrity Performers Grand Finale!
“The Monster Mash”
led by Scott Standridge
Scary-oke Live Auction 2
Auctioneer: Doug Erwin, Lonoke County Judge
Item 9: Fletcher & Bensky Fur Vest
Retail Value: $1595
Minimum Bid: $800
Item 10: Autographed Taylor Swift Framed Photo
A custom framed and matted hand-signed autographed
photo of country music award winner and superstar Taylor
Swift! It comes with a letter of authenticity plus a matching
numbered hologram. The autograph is guaranteed for life.
Minimum Bid: $450
Item 11: The Godfather cast-autographed,
framed & matted movie poster
Hand signed by Al Pacino, Robert DuVall, James
Caan, Francis Ford Coppola, Diane Keaton, Talia
Shire, and Abe Vigoda. It comes with a letter of
authenticity plus a matching numbered hologram. The
autographs are guaranteed for life.
Minimum Bid: $750
Item 12: Men’s Spooktacular Gift Package
• DU Mossberg ATR 300 Win Mag rifle with a 3-9 scope
and a DU case (Donated by Tom and Lori Schneider)
Retail Value: $550.
• 2-person, 1-day duck hunt from the world class Double D
Duck Club of Lonoke.
• Rich-N-Tone duck call autographed by founder Butch
Richenback.
• Joe Kleine autographed basketball
• Ron Calcagni autographed football
Total estimated value: $1400
Minimum Bid: $800
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Scary-oke Live Auction 2
Auctioneer: Doug Erwin, Lonoke County Judge
Item 13: Brad Paisley Autographed Guitar
With awards too numerous to mention, this singer-song
writer and entertainer graciously agreed to sign a guitar
to benefit Open Arms Shelter at the request of KSSN
and The Wolf, our sponsors. Jeff Tarno of The Music
Box and JT’s Construction of Beebe donated this guitar. It also comes with photos of Mr. Paisley signing the
guitar during his recent Little Rock concert.
Minimum Bid:
$300
Item 14: Disney World / Orlando Resort Family Vacation
4-nights with airfare for 4! Package includes:
• $1,000 gift card redeemable for admission, food, souvenirs and more.... enough for 4 two-day Magic Your
Way base tickets with Park Hopper option and lunch
at the park for the whole family.
• 4-night stay at any of the following Orlando resorts Hyatt Place Orlando Convention Center,
Hyatt Place Orlando Lake Mary, or
Hyatt Place Orlando Universal - valid one year from
the date of purchase, subject to availability.
• Four American Airlines coach-class round trip air
travel from anywhere American Airlines flies in the
48 contiguous United States or Canada, to anywhere
American Airlines flies in the 48 contiguous United
States or Canada.
Estimated Retail Value: $5,850
Minimum Bid: $3,950
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Scary-oke Cast & Crew
Director................................................................................Rhonda House
Assistant Director..................................................................Rhonda Harps
Decorations.......................................................................... LuAnn Ashley
Angela Cooper
Linda Sowell
Celebrity MC............................................................................. Alyse Eady
Tom Brannon
After Party MC......................................................................Ashley Tarvin
Chuck Massey
Pianist....................................................................................... Janet Tullos
Were-Elvis..........................................................................Matthew Moore
Fortune Teller................................................................... Sharon Whelchel
Auctioneer......................................................................Judge Doug Erwin
Stage Manager........................................................................ Shelle House
Back Stage Assistant & Props.......................................... Sarah Standridge
Carrie Easley
Lighting Tech.......................................................................Trey Woodruff
Sound Tech..............................................................................Brittany Tew
Volunteer Tech.......................................................................... Trey Gosser
Ticket Booth / Greeter / Auction Cashier.................................... Pat Hagge
Merritt Holman
Downstairs Usher, Spotter & Caldron Passer............................Dina Bates
Angela Cooper
Sarra McCullar
Sharon Whelchel
Ginnifer Fox
Tonya Todd
Upstairs Usher, Spotter & Caldron Passer................................ Janet Kelly
Lauren Harps
Videographer.................................................................... Kurt Underwood
Inside Photographer.........................................................Shannon Holman
Inside Photographer’s Assistant................................................... Amy Hill
Outside Photographer.............................................................Shelia Woods
Outside Photographer’s Assistant..........................................David Woods
Drink, Photo & DVD Sales............................................... Peggy Anderson
Kenny Hill
Tanya Rayburn
Mikey Stevenson
Backstage Drink, Photo & DVD Sales ............................Gary Canada, Jr.
Judges Assistant (Balcony).................................................. LuAnn Ashley
MC’s Assistant......................................................................Rhonda Harps
Voice of “Wolfman Jack…........................................................Roger Scott
Grand Finale Lead Singer................................................. Scott Standridge
Show Program Design & Layout.......................................... Dennis House
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Open Arms Shelter special thanks to:
Michael Ashton II
Bella Dia Day Spa-Cabot
Sondra Burnett
Rhonda Burton
Ron Calcagni
Gary Canada, Jr. & Family
Karstyn Clausen
Paul Conway
Crown Trophy of Cabot
Double D Duck Club
Carrie Easley
Judge Doug Erwin
Fletcher-Bensky Furs
Floral Express-Little Rock
Ginnifer Fox
Jeremy Guenther
Brandon Harper
Haunted Tours of Little Rock
Amy Hill
Kenny Hill
Madison Hines
Shannon Holman
Dennis House
Shelle House
Linda Howell
Iron Horse Coach Company
of Hot Springs
Robert Johnson
Mark Jones
KARK Channel 4
KATV Channel 7
K-D Graphics
Janet Kelly
Joe Kleine
KSSN (95.7)
Ted Lewis
Olive Long
Chuck Massey
Sarra McCullar
Matthew Moore
Donna Morgan-Taylor
Tommy Norman
Doyle Oden
Brad Paisley
Catelyn Parker
Jeremy Peppas
Danny Pool
Rayburn Sporting Goods-Cabot
Butch Richenback
Rich-N-Tone Duck Calls
Matt Sanders
Sarahndipity Interiors
Roger Scott
Linda Sowell
Ron Standridge
Ronnie & Shirley Standridge
Sarah Standridge
Scott Standridge
Mikey Stevenson
Sarah Strabala
Bill & Smokey Swope
Jeff Tarno
Tarno’s Construction Company
Ashley Tarvin
THE EDGE (100.3)
The Furniture Store of Cabot
The Music Box-Beebe, AR
THE WOLF (105.1)
Mike Tibbit
Kelly Tibbit
Today’s THV
TOM-FM (94.9)
Janet Tullos
Wal-Mart
Tom Wood
Trey Woodruff
Zack Ward
Sharon Whelchel
Open Arms Fundraising Committee:
Rhonda Harps, Chair; Rhonda House, Co-Chair;
Angela Cooper, LuAnn Ashley, Dina Bates, Tanya Rayburn, Kathy Fortner,
Sharon Whelchel, Tonya Todd, Kristy Parks
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Thank you for support tonight. We appreciate your continued financial support. A donation to the shelter is a
wonderful way to honor the special people in your life.
Name: _______________________________________________
P.O. Box 161
Address: _____________________________________________
1500 Navajo Trail
City / State: _________________________ Zip: ______________
Lonoke, AR 72086
Phone: ___________________________
email:
[email protected]
Email: ____________________________
My donation in the amount of $ ___________ is enclosed.
It is in __ honor or ___ memory (check one) of:
____________________________________________________
web site:
openarmsshelter.org
____________________________________________________
I wish to send notification of this gift to:
Phone 501-676-6166
Fax 501-676-6174
Name: _______________________________________________
Address: _____________________________________________
City / State: __________________________ Zip: _____________
Open Arms Shelter has full 501-(c)3 status. Your gift is tax deductible.
For large gifts, please contact the Shelter. Thank you.
The Open Arms Shelter Team
Board of Directors
England
Dina Bates
Gary Canada, Jr.
Cabot
Angela Cooper
Pat Hagge, Advisor
Rhonda Harps
Lonoke
Kaye Anderson
Peggy Anderson
Merritt Holman, Chair
Sharon Whelchel
Carlisle
Janet Kelly
David Woods, Treasurer
Ward
Rhonda House, Secretary
Members at Large
LuAnn Ashley, Sherwood
Tonya Todd, Cabot
Advisory Board
Staff
England
Nancy Hamlin, Executive Director
Amy Brantley
Matty Cooksey, Weekend Supervisor
Ben Foster
Tammy Donahue, Resident Manager
Jana Foster, Chair
Tiffany Parker, Case Coordinator
Cabot
Shatonda McClain, Relief Worker II
Jennie Gates
Virginia Ramirez, Resident Weekend Mgr.
Holly Huckabee
Gayle Tanner, Relief Worker I
Karen Marlatt
Nora Cooney, Residential Supervisor
Lonoke
Mattie Williams, Cook
Jamie Anderson
Joyce Butler, Cook
Amy Hill
Susan Wilson, Night Relief Worker II
Shannon Holman
Chandra Tanner, Relief Worker I
Carrie Holt
Raven Duch, Part-time Relief Worker
Jona Plummer
Carlisle
Kristel Petrus, Vice Chair
P.O. Box 161
1500 Navajo Trail
Lonoke, AR 72086
Phone 501-676-6166
Fax 501-676-6174
email:
[email protected]
web site:
openarmsshelter.org

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