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The first Magic at the Museum was a success

Magic at the MuseumClarksville, TN – On Saturday, March 26th at 2:00pm, Bonehead Promotions held their first Magic at the Museum magic show at the Customs House Museum. The show featured the extremely talented Russ Nowack of Hocus Pocus Entertainment.

Other activities included a balloon animals created by Roger Patton Magician and Balloon Artist, and face painting.

Magician Russ performs a trick with the assistance of an audience member
Magician Russ performs a trick with the assistance of an audience member

The cost of a museum admission was included in the ticket price, and before the show parents and their children were able to enjoy all that the museum has to offer.

When it was time for the show to begin, the auditorium was packed full of excited kids and their parents. A few lucky attendees were allowed to assist with some of the tricks.

The proceeds from Magic at the Museum go to benefit the Clarksville Hunger Project and Mana Cafe Ministries. Maurice Vaughn’s Better Homes and Garden Hometown Connection was the presenting sponsor.

Planning for the next magic at the museum show is underway, we will have more details here at Clarksville Online as they become available.

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About Bonehead Promotions

Bonehead Promotions is a multi-media company, specializing in advertising and special event planning and promotion.

Our services include radio production and script writing, graphic design, video and internet banner advertising.  Bonehead Promotions can also provide website design and maintenance and promotional items needed to make any promotion a success.

About Magician Russ

Russ Nowack began his interest in magic at a very early age. He began performing full time in his late teens and with literally thousands of performances behind him and over 20 years in the business of Magic, he is truly Entertainment with Experience. His specialties include performing for children as well as serious jaw dropping close up magic ! His award winning sleight of hand will make you believe in miracles!You can feel confident that Magician Russ Nowack will transform your next Special Occasion into something Magical!

About the Better Homes & Garden Real Estate Hometown Connection

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Hometown Connection specializes in residential and commercial real estate and serves the communities of Clarksville Montgomery County and surrounding areas. With the strength of a national brand and its commitment to excellence in the local real estate market, the company is positioned to provide its clientele exceptional service. Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Hometown Connection is a franchise affiliate of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate LLC, an international real estate brand that offers a full range of services to brokers, sales associates and home buyers and sellers. For more information visit their web site, or call 931-245-2050.

About Manna Café Ministries

From 2004-2008, Kenny was on staff at an inner city ministry in Nashville. Among his responsibilities were preparing food and overseeing Meal of Hope, an outreach for those living in the Jo Johnson projects of the city. Each week, the Meal of Hope team fed between 50 and 200 people. Kenny also oversaw the food pantry, which distributed more than 200 bags of food each week, and supervised the food preparation for hundreds of missionaries as they came through the Nashville area.

“We held Combat Hunger event in on November 13th when we had 15,000 pounds of food donated in a single day. That day was declared Combat Hunger Day by both the City and County Mayors, and that was a big help to us.”
Kenny York

During the winter of ’09-’10, Kenny and Vicki began to feel God pulling them toward Clarksville, TN. After seeking counsel from area pastors and other community leaders, they packed their belongings and moved to Clarksville in late April of 2010. Three days later, the devastating flood of ’10 hit the area, and they hit the ground running in the area of disaster relief.

Within weeks–and with the help of a hard-working, dedicated core team of volunteers–MCM was carrying out a community meal for the homeless and poor on Thursday nights (on Pageant Ln.). Within a month or two, and in conjunction with a local church community, MCM was involved in a Saturday morning breakfast as well. Finally, in the month of August, a church from Dover, TN stepped up to the plate so that Tuesday Café (on Providence Blvd.) became possible. Therefore, MCM is presently offering three community meals per weeks: Tuesday Café, Thursday Café, and Saturday Breakfast Café. Via these three events, hundreds of individuals receive a hot meal as well as a “goody bag,” i.e. a bag of non-perishable food items to use throughout the week.

Within weeks–and with the help of a hard-working, dedicated core team of volunteers–MCM was carrying out a community meal for the homeless and poor on Thursday nights (on Pageant Lane). Within a month or two, and in conjunction with a local church community, MCM was involved in a Saturday morning breakfast as well. Finally, in the month of August, a church from Dover, TN stepped up to the plate so that Tuesday Café (on Providence Blvd.) became possible. Therefore, MCM is presently offering three community meals per weeks: Tuesday Café, Thursday Café, and Saturday Breakfast Café. Via these three events, hundreds of individuals receive a hot meal as well as a “goody bag,” i.e. a bag of non-perishable food items to use throughout the week.

What makes Manna Café Ministries unique is its mobility. Meals are served and food is distributed from various locations throughout the community. Manna Café Ministries is committed to going to where the need exists.

Bill Larson
Bill Larson
Bill Larson is  is politically and socially active in the community. Bill is a member of the Friends of Dunbar Cave. You can reach him via telephone at 931-249-0043 or via the email address below.
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