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SCENE & HEARD: Rotary's Evening of Humor & Song

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SCENE & HEARD: Rotary's Evening of Humor & Song

A good sport from the audience plays air guitar with Rik Roberts.

Photos by PEG FREDI
For Brentwood Home Page

The family band Parker Blue, with dad Blake Parker and sons John Blake, 17, Grant, 15, and Hudson, 13 performs at the Evening with Humor and Song at Brentwood High School. 

combining comedy and music after alternating in recent years was a winning combination for the Brentwood Morning Rotary Club Friday night. Comedian Rik Roberts opened “An Evening of Humor and Song” and warmed everyone up before headliner, Parker Blue, took the stage. Why the name? It could because every member of the family band has intensely blue eyes.

The audience in Brentwood High’s Campbell Center included a who’s who of Brentwood politicians and public servants along with plenty of folks just out for a great night of entertainment.

The annual fundraiser is the club’s primary fundraiser and supports its many charitable projects, which include elementary school reading programs, the TN Baptist Children’s Home, scholarships for local high school students, grants to local schools, international water projects, and disaster response

Charles Crawford, Jerry Crawford and David Kavin Daniel Brown and Karen Howard
Deborah Ramsour and Margie Sewell Tracey Windrow and County Commissioner Tom Bain
The Parkers, John, Grant, Blake, Hudson and Haille LeEllen Ezell, Robbie Davis, Linda Nardeman and Greg Hardeman
Lynn Hodos, Rik Roberts and Jaclyn Hodos Back row, from left, Jerry Dyer, Thadeus Stroman, Nick Dillinghm, Chris Ayers; front row, Tyler Hardin, Alex Caram, Chase Schribner
Mayor Paul Webb with Gidget and Asst. Police Chief Tommy Walsh Preston Bain, H.K. Derryberry, and Lynn Rucker
 
Mark Revell, James Cork, Bukky Ojo, Simon Faulkner and David Stapleton  

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