Comedy Night 2016 - May 10, 2016

John Adams

Dr. John Adams

Doug and Bob Pugh

Doug and Bob Pugh

Mark Fenner

Mark Fenner

Jonathon Sessions

Jonathon Sessions

Wendy Walters

Wendy Walters

Greg Morton, Kathe Milner, Fred DeMarco, John Adams

Greg Morton, Kathe Milner, Fred DeMarco, John Adams

Hosted by Fred DeMarco, the 28th annual Comedy Night fundraiser was held at Déjà Vu on April 28th benefiting Job Point and Assistance League® of Mid-Missouri with over $56,000 raised.  Local comedians set the stage.  Dr. John Adams of Columbia Surgical Associates served as Master of Ceremonies and shared some humorous life lessons learned, while growing up on a ranch in Texas.  Jonathon Sessions, Columbia Public Schools board member, poked a little fun at his buddy and business neighbor, developer Matt Beckett.  Wendy Walters regaled the audience with tales of her colorful family members.  Mark Fenner, MFA Oil CEO, eschewed the trials and tribulations of the business, including the required infamous travel through Kansas.  Bob Pugh, CEO of MBS Textbook Exchange Inc, teamed up with son Doug Pugh, attorney with Eng & Woods and columnist for Columbia Daily Tribune in a hilarious spoof of “Two Wild and Crazy Guys” based on the classic Saturday Night Live skit.  Professional Greg Morton brought down the house with his unique observations and musical talents.

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