Funny for the Money - May 19, 2014

Hosted by Fred DeMarco, the 26th annual Comedy Night fundraiser was held at Déjà Vu on April 24th benefiting Job Point and Assistance League® of Mid-Missouri with over $35,000 raised.  Local comedians set the stage.  Mary Ropp, The Bank of Missouri, regaled the audience with her favorite blond jokes.  Dr. Mark Adams, Columbia Orthopaedic Group, shared humorous stories from courtship with his lovely (and forgiving) wife, Carole.  Joe Bechtold, Midway Travel Center, entertained us with lessons learned from his experiences on “Truck Stop USA” of the Travel Channel, such as the importance of letting go of the rope when being pulled by a cow.  Doug Pugh, attorney with Eng & Woods and columnist for Columbia Daily Tribune, teamed up with Dad, Bob Pugh, CEO of MBS Textbook Exchange Inc. “Home Boy” interviewed “Old Boy” digging for opinions on all things Columbia, from the proposed gateway project to those pesky stray cats.  Mizzou Alumnus and St. Louis performer, Joe Marlotti, served as emcee and shared his expert assessment of the locals’ performances.  Professional Rex Havens brought down the house with his unique observations of married life from his book, Everything I Needed to Know I Learned from My Wife.

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