Did you know that Mi Pueblo Supermarket presents “Hope to Laugh: A Comedy Show and Benefit for the Community of Hope Health Clinic” will be the first time CHHC has hosted a special event in the fall? Did you know that this will be the first time a comedy show has been featured at the Shelby County Arts Council, Song Theater? Come be a part of history and have a great time! You can purchase your tickets at: Shelby County Arts Council Ticket Site at https://ci.ovationtix.com/36023/production/1180216?performanceId=11364418, or by going to www.communityofhopeclinic.com and clicking on the picture of the poster!
What: Mi Pueblo Supermarket presents “Hope to Laugh: A Comedy Show and Benefit for the Community of Hope Health Clinic”
When: Saturday, November 18. Doors Open at 6 p.m., Show starts at 6:30
Where: Shelby County Arts Council Song Theater-105 W. College St., Columbiana, AL, 35051
Cost: $40 plus applicable fees
Why: All profits go toward the Community of Hope Health Clinic’s Mental Health Program and matching funds with a grant through the Daniel Foundation of Alabama
This is a PG and family rated show! Clean Comedy!
Jody Fuller (Headliner):
Jody Fuller is a comic, speaker, writer, and soldier with three tours of duty in Iraq. He is also a lifetime stutterer.
Recently, Alabama Magazine selected Jody as one of Alabama’s top 40 men and women over the age of 40 whose lives and careers are characterized by great levels of giving and achievement. He was also named as “one of the 15 Southern stand-up comedians that will make you laugh ’til you cry” by “It’s a Southern Thing,” and GI Jobs Magazine listed him as “One of 15 Veterans taking the comedy world by storm.”
Ernie Kennamer (Feature):
With a career spanning over three decades, Ernie Kennamer has earned a well-deserved reputation as one of the funniest and most beloved comedians in the industry. Hailing from the heart of Alabama, Kennamer’s unique Southern charm and wit have captivated audiences nationwide.
Sunny Brown (Opener and Emcee):
Sunny’s charismatic, bubbly blonde personality always comes shining through in everything she does to the delight of her audiences, readers and fans.
Even though as a child she was always making her family laugh, and they always called her “Gracie” (a nod to the great comedienne Gracie Allen), she was a “Late Bloomer” and did not actually realize her talent for comedy until she was 47 years old. It was at this time that she had a life changing epiphany, an experience that changed the course of her life, and she took an unexpected pivot into comedy.
CHHC is also running a silent auction beginning on November 11 and ending at 7 p.m. at the show! You do not have to go to the show to win! To preview items, go to www.32auctions.com/hopetolaugh2023