Secretary Report – February 2015

Comedy night was well attended and was a great time to get together with magicians that we haven’t seen in a while. We also welcomed a couple of new members who signed up that night to our club as well. Steve Spangler told us some fun pranks you can play on the school nurse and his boys, Mark and Scott performed a “voice protector” on their grandma, Kitty, which was the sword through the neck. Next was a bottle of water that had holes poked in it so when it was opened it would dribble all over you. AJ Perea helped out with the bounce, no bounce balls.

Aiden Darnell and Danny Baldini did a tribute to Tom Bergoon with Timmy toilet paper and Peppe.

Gene Gordon’s helpers were Max Hansen and Jean-Luc. Max helped with more bounce, no bounce routines, while Jean-Luc helped with the pencil through bill routine. Max and Aiden helped Gene perform a card and thumb cuff trick where Max’s signed card was found under a cloth while being bound in the cuffs.

Jeff and Karen Wake performed a myriad of tricks with a mirror box, cups and balls, and a production box to a dueling cowboy magicians theme with banjo music.

Steve Aldrich was our next performer did a fun trick with scarf’s producing a ‘strawberry spread’ and has his ‘mystery box the infantibulum’ where scarfs would appear and disappear at random!

Our ventriloquist was Ned Nebalski who did silent trick needless to say we were all speechless!

Brad Montgomery did a juggling routine, card trick and shish kabobbed his tongue to amaze us all.

Shawn Popp did his 1-100 dollar bill routine with his helpers Luis and Tanya. Mary helped him with a fun card to pocket trick.

Door prizes where given away from Steve Spangler and Brad Montgomery and we had good food!

We meet the second Thursday of the month at RiverPointe Senior Community (5225 S Prince St, Littleton, CO 80123).

About the Author

Glenn Proulx

A neighbor showed me a trick when I was in fourth grade and I was hooked ever since on magic! My sister and parents would sit on the basement stairs and I would do a show. I got my first magic set that year from Santa and I still have most of the tricks. I enjoy close-up and parlor tricks.