Topic: Maurice Vaughn
Clarksville, TN – A few weeks before Christmas; on a cold December morning, a crowd gathered at the Coldwell Banker Conroy, Marable & Holleman office on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard. 15 Families had been selected to receive a wonderful Christmas gift. One child from each family would soon be boarding the Coldwell Banker Clarksville Olde Town Trolley to shop for Christmas presents for their families.
“It’s great,” said Mark Holleman. “I think it’s fantastic. And like I said, I think the agents will receive as much out of taking these kids shopping, as the kids will get out of shopping for their families.” The realtors mission was to give back to the community by ensuring that these kids and their families had a wonderful Christmas.
Manna Café Ministries provides much needed assistance in our Community, and they can use your help as well
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Online recently had the opportunity to chat with Manna Café Ministries founder Kenny York at the Manna Café Ministries Mobile Café on Thursday, August 30th at the Clarksville Montgomery County School Board Office, located on Gracey Avenue as they served 378 meals to community residents.
Maurice Vaughn and the crew From Better Homes & Gardens Hometown Connection Real Estate was on hand helping to feed the hungry in our community. Vaughn and his team had brought their mobile grill out and had cooked up a number of succulent pork tenderloins.
Clarksville, TN – “Magic at the Museum” had a wonderful first year at the Custom’s House Museum in 2011. Produced by Bonehead Promotions, and presented by Better Homes and Garden Real Estate, the quarterly events were used to showcase the museum, and to raise money for local charity. The first year generated $4,000 dollars for local charities.
Maurice and Terri Vaughn, of Better Homes and Garden Real Estate bought into the new idea right away. “We were looking to launch our new company, and thought this would be a unique way of advertising our company, and giving back to Clarksville.” according to Maurice Vaughn.
Clarksville, TN – On Saturday, Russ Nowack of Hocus Pocus Entertainment headlined the final Magic at the Museum show for 2011. Produced by Bonehead Promotions Magic at the Museum is held at the Customs House Museum in Clarksville Tennessee. This was the third show for who he headlined the first and last shows of the 2011 season,he also served as preshow entertainment on another.
Hank Bonecutter’s Bonehead Promotions produces Magic at the Museum, reflecting on the first season he said, “The first year of Magic at the Museum was a huge success we enjoyed working with our presenting sponsors Maurice and Terri Vaughn’s Maurice Vaughn’s Better Homes and Garden Hometown Connection, and the Customs House Museum to present the series of magic shows that raised money for wonderful causes, while being a great time for the kids.”
Clarksville, TN – Magic at the Museum returns just in time for Christmas to the Customs House Museum. Sponsored by Better Homes and Garden Real Estate, children of all ages will be entertained with balloon tricks, face painting and an incredible stage show featuring magician Russ Nowack.
The fun begins at 2:00pm when the Customs House opens its doors for a free tour of the museum, while children get their faces painted and watch balloon artists shape their favorite balloon character. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Magician Gary Flegal gave an amazing show that stunned the auditorium full of kids and their parents at Magic at the Museum show on Saturday. The show was sponsored by Maurice And Terri Vaughn the owners of Better Homes & Garden Real Estate Hometown Connection. In addition to amazing magic tricks, the afternoon featured face painting, “Magic” favorite Russ Nowack making balloon animals for the kids, and a free tour of the Custom House Museum.
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.
Clarksville, TN – Bonehead Promotions just plain outdid itself Saturday night with Magic at the Museum. Bringing together four total professionals to give stellar performances in a magical combination is no small effort. Hank Bonecutter did just that; every magician dazzled the audience with unique and fascinating illusions that were unforgettable. The comedienne kept everyone laughing and eager to hear what her next hilarious adventure would be.
Most important, thanks to the sponsorship of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate, every cent of the $30.00 entry fee allowed hungry children to have food for the weekend through F.U.E.L.
The second Magic at the Museum show is scheduled for Saturday evening, and tickets are still available!
Clarksville, TN – Magic at the Museum returns to the Customs House Museum on Saturday, June 25th with pre-show activities beginning at 6:30pm with a wine and cheese reception. The main stage show starts at 8:00pm. After a very successful first event that was geared towards children, this “Magic” event will appeal more to an adult audience. Come out for an amazing night of magic, music and comedy. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Magic at the Museum returns to the Customs House Museum on Saturday, June 25th at 8:00pm. After a very successful first event, geared towards children, the next “Magic” event will appeal more to an adult audience, featuring “Big Daddy Cool, Johnny DeLarocca and the Swing Kittens”, combining for an amazing night of magic, music and comedy.
Pre-show activities begins with a wine and cheese reception starting at 6:30pm, featuring “close up” magic from Russ Nowack, and local magician Wallace Redd. The stage show will open with Nashville comedian Christy Eidson at 8:00pm. «Read the rest of this article»
Mana Cafe Ministries receives donation from Magic At the Museum’s presenting sponsor Better Homes & Garden Real Estate Hometown Connection
Clarksville, TN – Yesterday Maurice Vaughn from Better Homes and Garden Real Estate Hometown Connection presented a check for $1600 to Kenny York from Mana Café Ministries. The check is the proceeds from the first Magic at the Museum benefit show.
York organized Mana Cafe Ministries together with his wife Vicki in May 2010. Together they have a combined 16 years experience serving the poor.
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