Rushville Republican

Health

July 9, 2013

Family comedy to help RMH Pediatrics Friday

The Rush Memorial Hospital Foundation Seed Circle is inviting everyone to come and have some fun this Friday, July 12, at the Family Comedy Night. The event will take place at the RSE Community Building located at the Rush County Fairgrounds. Tickets are still available through Wednesday at Wells Fargo Bank, MainSource Banks, and Citizen’s Bank. Tickets can also be purchased at the door. Seating is limited.

A special thanks to Harcourt Industries, Inc, Malson Law Office, and Fraley & Schilling Trucking for sponsoring the two comedians. “Our corporate sponsors are key to getting this caliber of talent to Rush County,” stated the event committee. The event committee consists of Seed Circle members Mary Page, Edna Moster, Barb Malson, Jan Long, Jodi Harr, Glenda Fraley, Anne Zachery, and Marlo Chastain.

“Scot Gregory and Craig Tornquist have extensive resumes and they are very funny comedians. We are so fortunate to have them perform here in Rush County. You won’t want to miss this wonderful evening of entertainment,” stated Faith Mock, RMH Foundation Executive Director.

Brian Sheehan will be our MC for the evening. No one loves great comedy more than Brian and he will be introducing the wonderful talent for the night. The night begins with the announcement of the first RMH Foundation Youth Volunteer of the Year Award. That will then be followed by the two comedians. These two men perform comedy that is appropriate for all ages.

Doors open at 5:45 p.m. Refreshments will be available throughout the evening. The comedy begins at 6:30 p.m. Come out for a FUN and FUNNY evening in Rush County.

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