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Clarksville Community Players cooking it up

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Oh, it’s going to be tasty and fun; the Clarksville Community Players are busy cooking-up “DRAMA in the Kitchen III” slated for Saturday, Sept. 29. From left, CCP president Barry Roberts, Nancy Barden, event director Mike Wagstaff, Dennis Lockhart and preservation committee chair Carol Henderson. This event will offer you great tasting opportunities, and a complimentary cookbook filled with the recipes to take home, entertainment, and other fun activities. All proceeds will benefit the “Preservation of the Fine Arts Center.” Tickets are available at the Virginia Avenue Mall, $20 per person. / September 04, 2012
If you enjoy eating delicious food—the Clarksville Community Players are cooking-up another perfect opportunity and evening just for you on Saturday, Sept. 29, 6:30 pm, at the Clarksville VFW. This will be a most dramatic night in Clarksville—“Drama in the Kitchen III” is scheduled for a one-time only engagement.

Twenty-five area chefs have been identified to prepare their most favorite food and they will be on hand to personally serve you a taste of their culinary choice. The six categories included are: Act I—Appetizers; Act II—Soups & Salads; Act III—Vegetables & Fruits; Act IV—Entrées; Act V—Breads & Spreads; and Act VI—Desserts. Complimentary iced-tea and water will be included; adult beverages (for those 21 years and older) will be available for purchase.

The Clarksville Community Players want to make certain this event is most memorable, so each person attending will receive a complimentary cookbook with each participating chef’s recipe included, as well as, some personal information about them and their involvement with and dedication to the CCP organization.

The Players have, also, planned a live cooking demonstration by highly recognized Chef Scott Williamson, door prizes and drawings for the “razzle-dazzle” raffle prizes to complete one of your “best-ever evenings out in Virginia’s only Lakeside Town!”

All proceeds from this fundraiser will benefit the “Preservation of the Fine Arts Center.” The FAC is a beautiful historical landmark in Clarksville and the Town’s centerpiece which hosts live theater productions and many other cultural venues.

Advanced tickets for this fun night-out are $20 per person ($25 at the door) and may be purchased seven days a week at the Virginia Avenue Mall (317 Virginia Avenue). For more information on securing tickets, call Linda Williams at 434-374-8359.

Whether you prefer to make reservations or make dinner, get your tickets today, as last year’s show sold out prior to the event. The CCP assures that you and your guests will spend an enjoyable evening at this one-night only production of “Drama in the Kitchen III.”

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