Stand-Up for Kids Comedy Show
Stand-Up For Kids Comedy Show
Featuring Bobby Jaycox, Tina Dybal, and Rafe Williams
All proceeds benefiting the Children's Advocacy Center of East Central Missouri
$280 Per table of eight | $35 PER TICKET
Purchase your ticket(s) below | Registration at door not available | Table purchase includes complimentary bottle of wine
Twin Oaks Vineyard
6470 Hwy F, Farmington, MO 63640
Friday, April 3, 2020
Doors Open 6:00 PM | Dinner 7:00 PM | Speaker & Presentations 7:30 PM
| Comedy Show 8:00 PM
Dinner and drinks included (while supplies last)
Chicken Quarters | Mostaccioli | Green Beans | Garlic Smashed Potatoes | Garden Salad | Rolls | Tea, Lemonade, Coffee | Open Bar (while supplies last) | Cash bar available | $5 Popcorn Bar
Games / Silent Auction
Previous silent auction items: Branson Package, Baseball Package, STL Getaway, Gift Cards, Handmade Items, Wine Tasting Package, Jewelry Items, and Booze Wagon
tina dybal, Comedian
bobby jaycox, COMEDIAN
Rafe williams, COMEDIAN
Children's Advocacy Center of East Central Missouri
The Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) is a collaborative effort to improve the response to allegations of child abuse and neglect by following the child first doctrine.
The CAC accomplishes this through digitally-recorded forensic (fact finding) interviews, sexual abuse forensic examinations, advocacy, mental health referrals, training and coordination of multidisciplinary teams, case review and tracking, and community awareness and education regarding child abuse issues. All services to clients are free of charge.
By purchasing a ticket or being an event sponsor, you are directly supporting the CAC’s ability to provide life-changing services to clients in need.
The CAC is supported by financial gifts, grants, volunteer time and services, and donations of supplies. All donations are tax deductible to the extent of the law. COMTREA is a private, non-profit 501(c)3 organization.
489 Children Served in 2018
$75,000 IN DONATIONS RECEIVED IN FISCAL YEAR 2018
300 teachers, officials, and community members trained in 2018