Sunday, July 15, 2012

Bike Night at Mustangs Alley Friday, July 20th

We would like to invite everyone to our special night dedicated to our motorcycle friends and patrons. We are hosting this event for bikers and non-bikers alike. If you don't own a bike, no problem, you are welcome too. Things get started at 6:00 pm. and ends around midnight. We have lots of events going on each hour until midnight. There will be drawings every hour for great prizes. This is a family event and no alcohol will be allowed. There will be vendor booths and concessions with lots of goodies. We have a vendor from Branson, Mo. that cooks 'Kettle Corn' and 'Pork Rinds' while you wait. (Delicious!). This will be our first Biker event, so please tell your friends and family and help us make this a success. There will be live music, dancing, 'Twist' contest, bike 'scratch-offs', 50-50 pot. We would like everyone to dress in '50's & 60's attire since our band will be playing a lot of music from that era. We still have a few booth spaces available if you would like to participate. Booths are $25.00 for 15 ft. space. Remember, your participation is vital for the success of this event. You won't be disappointed. Admission is $5.00 per person and kids 8-14 are $3.00. For more information call 417-435-2582, 479-640-4750, or 479-685-3505.

Monday, July 02, 2012

A Special Thanks From the Ramseys

We would like to thank all the Mustangs Alley family and patrons for making the benefit auction for son-in-law Gary Ramsey a great success. The total amount raised was $5,600.00. Karen and Gary wanted to express their thanks and gratitude for all that was done for them. Here is and email sent by them they wanted all of you read:
"I would like to send out a very special thank you to all my family and friends for the time, effort and support in mine and Gary's time of need. Thanks for your love, prayers and donations. Thanks so much for your help. I feel very blessed to be loved by all of you. May God bless all of you and your families. I was told to hang in there and that sometimes the prettiest flowers grow in the biggest pile of manure. I'm hoping that better days are on the way. I really feel blessed to have the family and friends that I do."
Again thank you all. All our loove Karen and Gary Ramsey.

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