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Second Annual Classic Country Jamboree To Benefit SFCC-Lake Of The Ozarks

LAKE of the OZARKS— Bill (Goofer) Atterberry, 38-year comedian, musician and entertainer at Lee Mace’s Ozark Opry, will headline the Genuine Country Music Association’s (GCMA) second annual benefit Classic Country Jamboree at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 12, to raise scholarship funds for students attending State Fair Community College-Lake of the Ozarks.

The music- and comedy-filled jamboree will be held at The Lodge of Four Seasons, 315 Four Seasons Drive, Lake Ozark.

Also featured will be country music pianist and studio musician Tim Atwood, a 38-year veteran of the Grand Ole Opry staff band; Scotty Henderson, a Kansas Steel Guitar Hall of Fame member who has performed for more than 30 years; vocalist Alicia Farrell Lange, a Lake of the Ozarks native who is a demo singer and back-up vocalist in Nashville; and The Board of Directors Band, with Roy D. and Jim Phinney on guitar, Jay Orr on drums and John Farrell on bass.

Roxane Atwood, a Nashville TV producer, announcer and voice-over artist, will emcee the event with John Farrell.

There will be a dance floor, and concessions will be available. A silent auction is planned.

Tickets are $15 for GCMA members, $20 for nonmembers and free for children under age 12. They are available at the John Farrell Real Estate Company, 5750 Osage Beach Parkway, and SFCC-Lake of the Ozarks, 3797 Osage Beach Parkway, both in Osage Beach; and the SFCC Foundation, 3201 W. 16th St., Sedalia.

John Farrell, Brad Rigby and Tony Smith founded the GCMA seven years ago to perform and maintain traditional country music.

For more information or tickets, contact Lynn Farrell at (573) 348-2181, (573) 216-2182 or at

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