Tickets on sale for Winter Park-Fraser Rotary comedy night Feb. 12
The Winter Park-Fraser Valley Rotary Club is going to present a Comedy Night at the Winter Park Resort on Feb. 12. We need some comedy here in the Valley and Rotary is bringing it to you. This will be an evening of fun and entertainment with stand up comedy. The evening will start with a cash bar at 6 PM in the West Portal at the Resort. Food will also be available There will be free parking available at the Village garage.
The show will start at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. The rotary is expecting 300 to 350 people. Advance tickets can be purchased at the following locations: Guest Services at the Balcony House in Winter Park Resort, Grand Mountain Bank in both Granby and Fraser, the Chamber of Commerce in Winter Park and the Beaver Village Lodge in Winter Park.
The show will open with a local entertainer, Randel Davis, who performed at the Winter Park Theater on many occasions. There will be three acts from Comedy Works Entertainment from Denver. The performers will be Jeff Wozer and Andrew Orvedahl. The headliner will be Bryan Kellen. All of the comedy will be in good taste.
Sponsors inlcude: Winter Park Resort, Farmer’s Insurance (Stewart Goldenberg, Agent), Melem Skin Products, Radcliffe Photography, Kopy Kat Graphics and Printing, Grand County Internet, Medallion Shades and Blinds, Grand Mountain Bank, Beaver Village Lodge, Slopeside Internet, Artist Karen Vance and Aircraft Technical Book Company.
The proceeds will go to many programs that we sponsor as a Rotary Club. Rotary gives dictionaries to third graders at Fraser Elementary; sponsors the Dolly Parton Imagination Library that gives a book a month to preschoolers; sponsors a scholarship in the name of Reba Ferguson to teachers in Fraser Elementary.; supports the Mountain Family Center and Advocates here in Fraser Valley; and, supports Shelter Box, an international organization that helps disaster victims around the world.
For more information, contact Steve Radcliffe at 726-4454.
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