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link to our 2013 Show Program
SPONSORED BY
Little Rock Dermatology Clinic
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!
Bronze Sponsors
Rick & LuAnn Ashley
Bedford Camera & Video
Rhonda & Tom Harps
Jolly Family Dentistry
Ridout of Arkansas
Friends of OAS Sponsors
Howling Feast Sponsors
(providers of hors d’oeuvres)
Crown Trophy-Cabot
Global Eye Care, J. Bart Brady, O.D.
Lomanco
Cabot Nursing Home & Rehab
CenturyLink
Floral Express
Greenbriar Retirement of Lonoke
Lonoke County Co-op
Lonoke Nursing & Rehab
Morris Antiques
Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe
Mike and Sharon Spence
PROGRAM GUIDE
Welcome and introduction of celebrity MC by
Rhonda and Dennis House representing
Open Arms Shelter and Topcon Positioning Systems.
Celebrity MC- Tom Brannon
Introduction of judges, scoring, people’s choice award, the evening’s
activities including how to Scary-oke at the After Party.
Celebrity Performers (alphbetically listed)
Governor Mike Beebe...................................... Special Guest Performance
Natalie Canerday...................................... “When You’re Good To Mama”
Lauren Clark..........................................................“Lil’ Red Riding Hood”
Mayor Gary Fletcher.................................... “A Little Less Conversation”
Janelle Lilley.........................................................“That Old Black Magic”
Marci Manley.................................................................... “Dirty Laundry”
Chuck Massey...................................................... “You Can’t Hurry Love”
The Nuns of Carlisle...................................................“I Will Follow Him”
Craig O’Neill........................................................“Funky Coach Bielema”
Jeannette Reyes............................................................................... “Fever”
DJ Taylor..........................................................................“Witchy Woman”
Donna Terrell..................................................................... “Marie Laveau”
Tribute Video Song to the Children of Open Arms Shelter
Kris Allen............................................................................. “Stand by Me”
Celebrity Awards
Live Auction
Gaylen McGee, Auctioneer - I-40 Auctions
(See page 14 for description of auction items)
After Party MC - Jose Sarduy
There’s no reason to be afraid. Your After Party MC,
professional comedian Jose Sarduy,
will guide you through the thrills and chills of
open mic Scary-oke! Get your name in now!
It’s all Treats and never
a trick when you donate $25 to
Open Arms Shelter for your choice of any Treat Bag.
Trick-or-Treat Grab Bags
Each Treat Bag can be worth up to $125, and is guaranteed to
contain at least a $25 value with one or more certificates.
Here a partial list the goodies just waiting for you!
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Restaurants
Brave New Restaurant- Dinner for Two
On The Boarder - $50 gift certificate
Outback Steakhouse - $50 gift certificate
Starving Artist Café- Dinner for Two
Taziki’s Mediterranean Café - $25 gift certificate
Taziki’s Meiterranean Café - $50 gift certificate
Vaqueros Mexican Grill - Dinner for Two
The Hook Catfish Restaurant - $25 gift certificate
Fire Stone Grill - Free Pizza Certificate
China Buffet - Dinner for Two
Chili’s - $25 in certificates
Riverfront Steakhouse - Dinner for Two
Tours & Entertainment
Murry’s Dinner Playhouse - Gift certificate for two
Rock Town Distillery free tour certificates
Maxwell Blade Magic Show
Gifts
Ace Liquor - $25 gift certificate
Arkansas Game & Fish Commission
Bed Bath & Beyond Gift Card
Floral Express - $25 gift certificate
Kroger - $25 gift card
Nutrition World - $25 gift certificate
The Cowboy Way - $70 gift certificate
Sweet Treats
Kupcake Krazy - gift certificate
Pruitt’s – Whole Pie gift certificate
And many more goodies!
Judges (see bio’s on next page)
LuAnn Ashley.................................Educator, Open Arms Shelter board member
Sondra Burnett...................................................... Singer, Songwriter & Speaker
Bob Clausen................................................................News anchor, KARK 4 TV
Ron Calcagni.................................................. Legendary Razorback quarterback
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!
Enter the Best Audience Costume Contest
by getting your free photo made in the lobby before the show!
Photos may be picked up after the show!
Scary-oke Were-Elvis:
James Wood
Don’t miss your
chance to get your
Scary-oke picture
with the Were-Elvis!
Available now in the
lobby.
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Judges
LuAnn Ashley
Married to Rick Ashley, she is mom to 10-year old twins,
Bratton and Lawson, and three step-children; Joslin, Perris
and Weston. She is a former elementary school teacher, which
served to enhance her passion for children. Ashley continues
to show her love of children by volunteering her time with
many worthwhile children’s organizations, including Open
Arms Shelter. She and her family also attend Park Hill Baptist
Church in North Little Rock.
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.
Bob Clausen
Co-anchor of KARK 4 News at 5, 6 & 10, Bob 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.
Ron Calcagni
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. Rein left NC State to coach under
Frank Broyles and convinced Calcagni to follow him there.
His 25–4–2 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.
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Masters of Ceremonies
Celebrity Section
Tom Brannon........................Co-Anchor & Host on Today’s THV This Morning
After Party Section
Jose Sarduy.......................................................................Professional Comedian
Tom Brannon
Tom is back emceeing Scary-oke for the second year in a row! He 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.
Jose Sarduy
Jose takes audiences on the rollercoaster ride that’s been his life. Born in
Cuba and deported because of his father’s political prisoner status, he came to
the U.S. at a young age. Growing up with a hard working, and always quirky,
Cuban family brought loads of funny moments everyday. From his mom’s
ability to kill a chicken with her bare hands, to his dad’s ability to hit on any
woman, anytime, there was never a dull moment.
What they did best was teach him to work hard for his dreams, and not forget
how to laugh at life and himself. He made them proud when he was accepted to the U.S. Air
Force Academy in Colorado. He became an officer in the Air Force, is an accomplished aviator,
and is a veteran having served in Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.
His comedy career started out in New York and Philadelphia. He performs all over the country
now and is rapidly becoming an audience favorite for his ability to make deportation, and life
threatening moments hysterical.
He was selected for the 2007 Latino Laugh Festival in Los Angeles, and the Lucky 21 Contest at
The Comedy Festival in Las Vegas. In 2008 he won the Funniest Person In South Texas Comedy
Competition and was a semi-finalist in the San Francisco International Comedy Competition. In
2009, he was a finalist in the Seattle International Comedy Competition. In 2011 he was the winner of the Rocky Mountain Laugh Off in Salt Lake City, UT. He’s been seen on CNN, CBS, Fox,
and Lifetime’s “Coming Home” with his touring group, The GIs of Comedy. Most nights you
can find him on stage somewhere, but one week a month, its all dog tags and volleyball, down in
Texas, helping teaching the next generation of top guns.
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Celebrity Scary-oke Performers (listed alphabetically)
Governor Mike Beebe - Special Performance
Since taking office in 2007, Governor Mike Beebe has made improving education, expanding Arkansas’s economy and cutting taxes top priorities. He
has guided the state through the worst economic downturn in two generations, resulting in Arkansas being one of only four states to enter the current
fiscal year without a projected budget shortfall. Arkansas has avoided the
massive cuts in services and tax increases suffered by other states while
achieving more than a half-billion dollars in tax relief during Governor
Beebe’s first term.
A champion of education and economic development, Governor Beebe has overseen Arkansas’s rise in national education rankings and the announcement of more than 26,000 new
jobs. He has helped conclude the lengthy court dispute over Arkansas’s public-school system,
secured the largest single capital investment in Arkansas public schools, and made record
investments in higher education. He has expanded adult-education programs, and worked to
match colleges and universities with local businesses to produce a better-trained workforce.
Born in Amagon, Arkansas (Jackson County), in 1946, the Governor earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Arkansas State University in 1968, and completed law school at
the University of Arkansas in 1972, while serving his country in the U.S. Army Reserve.
The Governor and his wife, Ginger, have three adult children. They have worked together to
improve children’s health and literacy throughout the State.
Natalie Canerday, “When You’re Good to Mama”
Actress Natalie Canerday is a native of Russellville, Arkansas. After attending Hendrix College (where she performed in plays with Herman’s Head
star William Ragsdale), she began her motion picture career as a production
secretary for the television feature The Tuskegee Airmen, then made minor
appearances in films such as Biloxi Blues and Walk the Line.
Her most famous roles have been as protagonists’ harried mothers in Sling
Blade and October Sky. In 1996, she and others in Billy Bob Thornton’s
Sling Blade cast were collectively nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Cast
in a Motion Picture. You can sometimes catch her in a production at Murry’s Dinner Theater in
Little Rock.
Lauren Clark, “Lil’ Red Riding Hood”
You’ve seen her on the news, the runway and on the stage...Lauren Clark
is a familiar face to many. A former reporter for KTHV and Sync Weekly,
she now spends her days shooting her own pictures and keeping up with
the social scene. Lauren lives in West Little Rock and says as much as she
loves seeing the little children dressed up in costume, she probably won’t be
having any trick-or-treaters this year. Why? She already ate the candy corn
and Skittles and plans to be out on the town herself--dressed up and ready to
howl at the moon.
This is Lauren’s 3rd year to participate in Scary-oke and hopes you’ll enjoy her performance
she’s dedicating to her mother who’s always been a huge fan of the little girl in the red hood.
This is Lauren’s 3rd year to participate in Scary-oke and hopes you’ll enjoy her performance
she’s dedicating to her mother who’s always been a huge fan of the little girl in the red hood.
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Mayor Gary Fletcher, “A Little Less Conversation”
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 Presley’s, “A
Little Less Conversation”. Gary is married to Glenda Kyzer and is the father of 2 children;
Ray, Autumn.
Janelle Lilley, “That Ol’ Black Magic”
Janelle Lilley joined the KATV news team in December 2011. She anchors
Saturday Daybreak and is the station’s political reporter. She holds a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from The University of Maryland. Born
on Halloween, Janelle is excited to celebrate Scary-oke with all of you. Her
favorite Halloween candy is Pretzel M&M’s.
Marci Manley, “Dirty Laundry”
Marci Manley is the Communications Manager for the American Red Cross
Greater Ozarks-Arkansas Blood Services Region. She might look familiar,
because prior to heading into the world of non-profit public relations she
worked as a TV news reporter for KARK/KLRT in Little Rock and KNWA
in Fayetteville. Marci graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2009.
She enjoys a pot of coffee in the morning and a mystery novel on the
weekends.
Chuck Massey, “You Can’t Hurry Love”
Chuck Massey is a 1983 graduate from Cabot High School. He earned
a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from the University of Central
Arkansas in 1988. He earned the Master of Music Education degree from
UCA in 1993. Chuck has spent the last 25 years teaching music in the
Cabot School District. In 2005 he started the district’s television broadcasting program. He has taught music to every grade level, including Jr. High
Choir. Since 1994 he has served as the vocal director and pit conductor for
Cabot High School’s music theatre productions.
Chuck is a professional musician as well as a freelance photographer, videographer, and
video editor. As a performer, Chuck’s recent stage credits include the roles of Elle’s dad and
“Dewey” in the Community Theatre of Little Rock’s production of “Legally Blonde” last July.
Chuck is married to Joyce and has two children, Lauren a freshman at University of Arkansas
at Little Rock, and Landon a 9th grader at Cabot Jr. High North.
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Celebrity Scary-Oke Performers - continued
Nuns of Carlisle,
“I Will Follow Him”
Living on the East side of town in a convent, the
nuns of Carlisle are not married but have a lot
of homeless children. We minister by providing
comic relief to the masses. We hope you enjoy
our unique act!
Craig O’Neill and “Funky Coach Bielema”
Craig graduated from Little Rock’s Central High School in 1968 and from
Arkansas State University in Jonesboro in 1972. His career as a deejay
began in 1969. A self-confessed sports nut, he became the host of ESPN2
Outdoors in 1995. In 1997, Craig became the stadium announcer for all
home football games for the Arkansas Razorbacks.
“In August of 1999, I began to park at THV’s front door and demanding
to be put on TV,” said Craig; they relented in December 1999. On Craig’s
first day of work he was sent to Dallas to cover the Cotton Bowl game between the Arkansas
Razorbacks and the Texas Longhorns. In June of 2008, he went into news with Dawn Scott
and Liz Massey. Craig holds the distinction of being the only disc jockey to ever host a dance
at the White House.
Throughout the years, Craig has given his time and talents to help many organizations.
Craig is married to his college sweetheart, Jane. They have two grown children, Abby and
Thomas, two grandchildren, Bella and Amelia.
Jeannette Reyes, “Fever”
Jeannette 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.
She grew up watching the Spanish-language network, Univision. The daughter of Dominican immigrants, she remembers how important the news was
to her family and how connected it kept them to their relatives back home. It
was there that her passion for news and informing the community was born.
Jeannette is the youngest of four. She has two sisters, Jannelle and Gisselle, and her brother
Edwin. 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.
In her spare time, Jeannette loves to go Salsa dancing, spend time at a coffee shop reading a
good book and going out with friends. A little known fact is that Jeannette’s first language is
Spanish and she hopes to deliver the news in that language some day.
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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!”
Tonight he will perform The Eagles tune, “Witchy Woman”. You can catch
DJ on KSSN from 7 til midnight.
Donna Terrell, “Marie Laveau”
Donna Terrell is Anchor for FOX16 News at 5:30PM and 10PM.
Donna comes to Little Rock from Detroit, Michigan, where she served as
Anchor for WKBD-TV and WWJ-TV. The UPN Nightside News at 10PM,
which she anchored, was voted “Best of Detroit” by the Detroit Free Press.
Before moving to Detroit, Donna worked at WKYC-TV in Cleveland, Ohio
where she anchored the weekday Morning and Noon newscasts. In addition,
Donna spent time reporting and anchoring in newsrooms in South Bend,
Indiana and Battle Creek, Michigan.
Throughout her broadcast career, Donna has been honored with several awards and she is
fully committed to community service.
Donna has a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Broadcast and Cinematic Arts from Central Michigan University. She is a member of the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences,
the National Association of Black Journalists and the Little Rock Chapter of The Links,
Incorporated. Donna believes it is the job of the journalist to enlighten viewers and provide
them with a window to their community and to the world.
Donna enjoys traveling, reading, movies, running and weight lifting. She loves the Central
Arkansas community.
American Idol Winner
Kris Allen
“Stand by Me”
Special video tribute song
to the children of
Open Arms Shelter.
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Scary-oke Live Auction
Auctioneer: Gaylen McGee, I-40 Auctions
Item 1: Paranormal Investigation for 4
Join Rhonda Burton of Arkansas
Ghost Catchers for a 3-hour paranormal investigation and ghost hunt at
the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas
Military History where David O. Dodd
was hanged by the Union Army on
January 8, 1864. Certificate expires 6
months from date of issue. $300 Value,
Minimum Bid $100
Item 2: Captital Hotel one-night stay
for two and breakfast at
Ashleys restuarant
Estimated Value: $475
Minimum Bid $100
Item 3: Hunting and Sport Package
• Bushmaster Rifle XM15, 556 with MOE
package from Cabot Gun & Ammo
• Fort Thompson Sporting Goods offers a
Tanglefree Gift Package complete with
camaflouge hat, Decoy Gloves, Adjustable Shell Belt, Thermos, Waterfowl
carrier, Ankle Wrap, and Pit Bag
• Football personally autographed on the
spot by Ron Calcagni
• Joe Kliene autographed basketball
Total Estimated Value$1700 Value
Minimum Bid $300
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Item 4: Laser Genesis Skin Package
Little Rock Dermatology Clinic and
Laser Tech, Laura Westerman, offers
a Laser Genesis Package Certificate.
Laser Genesis is a staple of skin care
for every doctor’s practice. It is a multipurpose, all season, all skin type solution for overall skin health stimulating
collagen production to improve the
appearance of wrinkles production, corrects and diffuses redness and rosacea.
No downtime with minimal discomfort.
Valued at $1250, Minimum Bid $300
Item 5: 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 $2000
Minimum Bid: $500.
Item 6: 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 2014 to
redeem and must be willing to work
with owner on travel dates.
Item Value: $1,000
Minimum Bid: $300
Item 7: 7-day Panama City Beach Condo
This beach-front condo can be your
7-day get away! Just 1/2 mile from
Pier Park Mall. Sleeps 4 (1 bedroom, 1
bath). Expires: August 30, 2014. $900
Value. Minimum Bid $300
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Scary-oke Live Auction Continued
Item 8: Toby Keith autographed guitar
Recognized winner by the American Music Awards, Academy of
Country Music Billboard, and
the Country Music Association,
Toby Keith is a country superstar. Autographed with Letter of
Authenticity.
Estimated Value: Priceless!
Minimum Bid $200
Item 9: Disney World / 4 one-day Park Hopper passes
Disney provides four one-day Park Hopper
Passes for admission to a magical experience at
each of their unique theme parks: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and
Animal Kingdom. Passes Expire: Sept. 1, 2015
Retail Value: $496
Minimum Bid: $100
Item 10: Ladies Spooktacular Package!
Spa treatments, teeth whitening, jewelry
Get ready for the holidays and relax afterwards
with professional teeth whitening from Jolly
Family Dentistry; 30 minute massage from
Shalee’s Day Spa, Dillard’s McCain Fragrance
Basket, and a cultured pearl strand necklace!
Estimated Value: $900
Minimum Bid: $250
Item 11: Little Big Town autographed drum head
Little Big Town recently received three
nominations for the upcoming 47th Annual
CMA Awards including Vocal Group of the
Year, Album of the Year-Tornado and Video
of the Year-”Tornado.” “The 47th Annual
CMA Awards” will air live on ABC November 6th in Nashville, TN. Autographed drum
head from Little Big Town with Letter of
Authenticity.
Estimated Value: Priceless!
Minimum Bid: $50
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Scary-oke Cast & Crew
Director................................................................................Rhonda House
Assistant Director..................................................................Rhonda Harps
Hospitality Chair.............................................................. Sharon Whelchel
Decorations.......................................................................... LuAnn Ashley
Angela Cooper
Celebrity MC......................................................................... Tom Brannon
After Party MC......................................................................... Jose Sarduy
Pianist....................................................................................... Janet Tullos
Were-Elvis............................................................................... James Wood
Auctioneer........................................................................... Gaylen McGee
Stage Manager........................................................................ Shelle House
Back Stage Assistant & Props.......................................... Sarah Standridge
Carrie Easley
Jamie Anderson
Susan Heffern-Shelton
Henry Himstedt
Karaoke DJ.............................................................................. Nick Ferrara
Lighting & Sound Tech...........................................................Michael Hall
Lighting & Sound Advisor...................................................Trey Woodruff
Ticket Booth / Greeter / Auction Cashier.................................... Pat Hagge
Merritt Holman
Gary Canada, Jr.
William Henley
Auction Chair.............................................................................Dina Bates
Downstairs Usher, Spotter & Caldron Passer.......................Nancy Ferrara
Kenny Hill, Jessie Johnson
Kim Himstedt, Sue Richardson
Sharon Whelchel
Upstairs Usher, Spotter & Caldron Passer................................Vicki Davis
Janet Kelly
Lauren Harps
Videographer.................................................................... Kurt Underwood
Photographer..............................................................................Kera Ables
Photographer’s Assistant..................................................Shannon Holman
Trick-or-Treat Bag Sales.............................................................. Amy Hill
Tonya Todd
Judges Assistant.................................................................. Angela Cooper
MC’s & Back Stage Auction Assistant.................................Rhonda Harps
Voice of “Wolfman Jack…........................................................Roger Scott
Show Program Design & Layout.......................................... Dennis House
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Open Arms Shelter special thanks to:
Kim Himstedt
Shannon Holman
Dennis House
Shelle House
Jessie Johnson
Jolly Family Denistry
KARK Channel 4
KATV Channel 7
K-D Graphics
Kera Ables Photography
Janet Kelly
Toby Keith
Joe Kleine
KSSN (95.7)
Little Big Town
Little Rock Dermatology Clinic
Gaylen McGee
Representative Walls McCrary
Kevin Mercer
Pinnacle Structures, Inc.
Rayburn Sporting Goods-Cabot
Sue Richardson
Jose Sarduy
Roger Scott
Shalee’s Day Spa
Southwest Airlines
Ron Standridge
Jack & Pat Standridge
Sarah Standridge
THE EDGE (100.3)
THE WOLF (105.1)
Today’s THV Channel 11
TOM-FM (94.9)
Janet Tullos
Laura Westerman
Senator Eddie Joe Williams
James Wood
Tom Wood
Trey Woodruff
*And, all other volunteers who joined
in after this program was printed.
All Trick-or-Treat Bag Sponsors
All Celebrity Performers & Sponsors
Kris Allen
Jamie Anderson
Rick & LuAnn Ashley
Bedford Camera & Video
Governor Mike Beebe
Tom Brannon
Sondra Burnett
Rhonda Burton
Bob Clausen
Cabot Chamber of Commerce
Cabot Gun & Ammo
Ron Calcagni
Gary Canada, Jr. & Family
The Capital Hotel
Speaker of the House Davy Carter
Angela Cooper
Crown Trophy of Cabot
Cabot Mayor Bill Cypert
Vicki Davis
Dillard’s McCain
Senator John Dismang
Disney Parks
Carrie Easley
Judge Doug Erwin
Representative Joe Farrer
Will Feland
Nick Ferrara
Kera Ables Photography
Floral Express-Little Rock
Fort Thompsons Sporting Goods
Fox 16
Michael Hall
Lauren Harps
Tom & Rhonda Harps
Susan Heffern-Shelton
Amy Hill
Kenny Hill
Henry Himstedt
Open Arms Fundraising Committee:
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Rhonda Harps, Chair
Rhonda House, Co-Chair
LuAnn Ashley
Dina Bates
Angela Cooper
Suzi Gates
Tanya Rayburn
Tonya Todd
Sharon Whelchel
Janet Kelly
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
Advisory Board
England
England
Dina Bates, Secretary
Amy Brantley
Gary Canada, Jr., Vice-Chair Ben Foster
Cabot
Jana Foster, Chair
Angela Cooper
Cabot
Pat Hagge, Advisor
Jennie Gates
Rhonda Harps
Holly Huckabee
Lonoke
Karen Marlatt
Jamie Anderson
Lonoke
Merritt Holman, Chair
Amy Hill
Sharon Whelchel
Shannon Holman
Carlisle
Carrie Holt
Janet Kelly
Jona Plummer
David Woods, Treasurer
Carlisle
Ward
Kristel Petrus, Vice Chair
Rhonda House
Members at Large
LuAnn Ashley, Sherwood
William Henley, Benton
Tonya Todd, Cabot
Staff
Nancy Hamlin, Executive Director
Matty Cooksey, Weekend Supervisor
Tammy Donahue, Resident Manager
LaMarshall Ford, Relief Worker I
Clara Golden, Night Relief Worker
Tiffany Parker, Case Coordinator
Virginia Ramirez, Resident Weekend Mgr.
Gayle Tanner, Relief Worker I
Nora Cooney, Residential Supervisor
Mattie Williams, Cook
Joyce Butler, Cook
Sable Wilkerson, Relief Worker I
Susan Wilson, Night Relief Worker II
Toni Wiseman, Relief Worker
Chandra Tanner, Administrative Asst.
Raven Duch, Part-time Relief Worker
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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