Feb 14, 2018

Panhandle State Communications

Paul Farrell Memorial Art Auction

Goodwell, Okla. — The Paul Farrell Memorial Art Auction is set for Friday, March 2nd at the Pickle Creek Event Center and promises to take the guests back to the 1960’s when the Rat Packs were jazzing in the wildest joint in the city of Las Vegas, Sands Hotel and Casino. Not only will the guests feel as if they are in the same casino where the Rat Pack performed, the atmosphere will also be familiar, and the music will be a companion and hospitality to the ears.

So, what’s new? This year’s entertainment will feature local performers from Guymon, Guy Langham and Travis Hathcote. With local performers entertaining, guests will be mesmerized by the idea of someone they know performing. The performers will begin entertaining at 6 p.m.

Both performers will bring great impact into the Paul Farrell Memorial Art Auction. The interest of singing started for Guy Langham when he said, “I remember sitting in church between my parents and singing with them.” He was born in Pampa, Texas and grew up in Amarillo. Life has taken him to many places including Atlanta, Fort Worth, and Chattanooga, Tenn., but he came back and live in Guymon for the past twelve years. He decided to perform this year with the current Head Band Director at Guymon Public Schools, Travis Hathcote. The duo will keep the guests’ attention during dinner and keep the event extravagant.

In addition to the evening entertainment, the audience will also be amused with the themed decorations. Guest can expect to hear great music and see amazing artworks by students, alumni, and faculty at the Paul Farrell Memorial Art Auction this year. According to Guy Langham, “We are leaning toward the Rat Pack era of musical stylings. We may even throw in a few other things.” Audience may also expect to hear different elaboration related to the theme that will be presented during the event. The entertainment will keep the minds interested and leave an unlimited potential of creativities when guests leave for the night.

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