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Comedy on the Cumberland Tuesday Night, a few tickets remain

 

Comedy on the CumberlandClarksville, TN – There are a few tickets left for Comedy on the Cumberland Tuesday night. Presented by F&M Bank, the show starts at 7:00pm at the Riverview Inn. The show features rising star Jonnie W. and stars Nate Bargatze.

This show will benefit the Restore Ministries of the YMCA. So come out and show your support for Restore Ministries. Get your tickets today!

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Restore Ministries to benefit with Comedy on the Cumberland

 

Using Laughter to Change our Community

Comedy on the CumberlandClarksville, TN – The hilariously funny Comedy on the Cumberland  returns for another season of stand-up comedy in Clarksville, April 24th, 7:00pm at the Riverview Inn, to benefit Restore Ministries and the YMCA.

Restore Ministries is a new program that offers small groups, counseling and other services to help those in our community make lasting positive changes in their lives.  No matter what needs attention and healing, Restore Ministries can provide the support and guidance a person needs to learn, grow and ultimately thrive.  Restore Ministries accomplishes this two ways:  counseling and small groups.

Nate Bargatze is the headliner for the next Comedy on the Cumberland Show.

Nate Bargatze is the headliner for the next Comedy on the Cumberland Show.

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Comedy on the Cumberland debuts 2012 season April 24th

 

Comedy on the CumberlandClarksville, TN – Comedy on the Cumberland, presented by F&M Bank is Tuesday, April 24th at a new venue, the Riverview Inn starting at 7:00pm. The headliner for the show is Nate Bargatze and rising star Jonnie W. will be featured. This show will benefit the Restore Ministries of the YMCA. «Read the rest of this article»

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Comedy on the Cumberland favorite stop for comedians

 

Comedy on the CumberlandClarksville, TN – When Comedy on the Cumberland began in Clarksville two years ago, the man behind the event said it was just an idea to generate advertising revenue, and raise money for local charity.  Now the event has become one of the most popular stops by comedians around the country.

The Comedians from the December 6th, 2011 Comedy on the Cumberland show pose with their framed posters of the event given to them by even organizer Hank Bonecutter. (From left to right) Headliner Keith Alberstadt, Bonehead Promotions president Hank Bonecutter, comedian Christy Edison and comedian Brian Kiley.

The Comedians from the December 6th, 2011 Comedy on the Cumberland show pose with their framed posters of the event given to them by even organizer Hank Bonecutter. (From left to right) Headliner Keith Alberstadt, Hank Bonecutter, comedian Christy Edison and comedian Brian Kiley.

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Comedy on the Cumberland returns brought to you by F&M Bank

 

Comedy on the CumberlandClarksville, TN – Clarksville’s favorite night of stand-up comedy returns for 2012 as F&M Bank presents Comedy on the Cumberland on April 24th at its new venue, the Riverview Inn.  This comedy series features some of the funniest stand-up comedians in the country, and is set to be even bigger and better than before.

“Comedy on the Cumberland is one of the best things we do here at the bank, said Sammie Stuard, President of F&M Bank.  We’re able to sponsor a unique event, plus we can support different charities with each show.  We’re proud to be on board for another series of events.”

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Stand Up for Joplin Comedy Benefit show this Saturday

 

Stand UP for JoplinClarksville, TN – Come out to Lifepoint Church, Saturday, June 18th for the Stand Up for Joplin comedy benefit show. The show features Nashville area comedians Jonnie W., Renard Hirsch and Rik Roberts.

Proceeds from this night of comedy goes to benefit Convoy of Hope and their efforts to help those in Joplin, MO affected by the tornadoes. «Read the rest of this article»

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The first Comedy on the Cumberland was a victory for Project F.U.E.L

 
Hank Bonecutter with Denise Skidmore from Project F.U.E.L.

Hank Bonecutter with Denise Skidmore from Project F.U.E.L.

In a gala event at the Roxy Regional Theatre local Radio Station owner and Comedian Hank Bonecutter’s dream of using his love of comedy to enact community change came true. The first Comedy on the Cumberland raised approximately $6,000 of which the proceeds went to benefit Project F.U.E.L.

Project F.U.E.L. feeds hungry children in the Clarksville/Montgomery County school system. “Over twelve hundred school children leave school on Friday, and don’t have a solid meal again until they return to school on Monday”, said Bonecutter, “This is embarrassing and unacceptable”. The life’s mission of Denise Skidmore, who was led to this effort by her Christian faith. “I was searching for a purpose in my life, wondering what would be my footprint if I were to die today” she said, “I want to feed every child I can. I won’t stop until they are all taken care of”.

The success of this show has already created quite a buzz among Nashville comedians. With comedians contacting Bonecutter to see how they can get to Clarksville to be part of future Comedy on the Cumberland shows.

John McDonald and Tom Thayer from the Roxy Regional Theatre graciously provided the use of their luxurious theatre as the venue for this charity benefit.

F&M bank and Wendy’s of Clarksville provided the financial backing for the event, with Clarksville Online, Discover Clarksville, Ad One, Clarksville’s Best Buys along with CDE Lightband providing promotion for the event. “All of our partners jumped on this opportunity to help Project F.U.E.L without hesitation”, said Bonecutter, “We couldn’t have done it without them”. «Read the rest of this article»

 


Comedy on the Cumberland is coming!

 

Comedy on the CumberlandOn Tuesday April 13, at 7p.m. the Roxy Regional Theatre will host some of Nashville’s funniest comedians who will perform as part of “Comedy on the Cumberland,” a benefit for Project F.U.E.L. The show is the brainchild of Hank Bonecutter, host of WJZM’s The Bone Show, and a local comedian.

Comedy on the Cumberland will bring awareness to and raise money for a program that feeds hungry children in the Clarksville/Montgomery County school system. “Over twelve hundred school children leave school on Friday, and don’t have a solid meal again until they return to school on Monday”, said Bonecutter, “This is embarrassing and unacceptable”.


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