Andy Hendrickson is a New York City based comedian and writer. In March of 2013 he debuted on the Late Show with David Letterman and has made multiple appearances on Fox TV’s Red Eye. Rooftop Media recently touted him as “a burgeoning powerhouse in the comedy world.” He’s was the showcase winner at HBO's U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen and a finalist at the Great American Comedy Festival. He has performed at well over 200 colleges and is a favorite headliner at comedy clubs across the country.
In New York City, Andy appears regularly at the world famous Comedy Cellar. Internationally, Andy has performed at clubs and festivals throughout Canada, England, Holland and Ireland, as well as throughout the Middle East to entertain the troops. He's had multiple appearances on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom radio show. His 3rd CD “Underachiever” released in March of 2012 to rave reviews and debuted in iTunes Top 40. “Hendrickson is performing at the top of his game.” - Comedy Reviews.
Master of Ceremonies - Ray Cogburn
I am excited to serve as the Master of Ceremonies for the 68th St. Patrick’s Banquet. Growing up in Shamrock and getting to be a part of our annual celebration for many years gives one a sincere appreciation for the work done behind the scenes and all the many hours of preparation completed to make each celebration a huge success.
I am a 1975 graduate of Shamrock High School. I received a Bachelors degree from West Texas A&M University and a Masters of Education degree from Southwestern Oklahoma State University. I began my education career by teaching and coaching in Shamrock in 1980, served as high school principal from 1988 to 2000, and superintendent from 2001 to 2007. I accepted an administrative position at Region 16 Education Service Center in Amarillo in 2008 and I am completing my seventh year at Region 16 as the Associate Executive Director. This year is my thirty-third year in the education arena.
My wonderful wife of thirty three years is also a native of Shamrock and a 1980 graduate of Shamrock High School. She completed her degree at SWOSU in 1996. Jackie is a licensed social worker employed by FirstCare Health Plans. We have two children, Kinsey, a graduate of Shamrock High School and Texas Tech University. Kinsey is employed by Amarillo ISD and teaches fifth grade at Paramount Terrace Elementary. Kendall, a graduate of Randall High School and West Texas A&M University, is currently teaching science and coaching at Wylie High School. Kendall’s wife, Kelly is a graduate of Raton High School and West Texas A&M University. She is employed as an accountant and grant manager at.Richardson ISD. Jackie and I are very proud of all three of our kids and their desire to serve others in the field of education.
We always look forward to coming home to see our dad, Butch Cogburn, and to see the many friends we have grown to love over the years. We are members of Hillside Christian Church in Amarillo and enjoy serving in the Guest Services area with our church family.
Stoney LaRue didn’t plan to take six years between studio albums, but there was an awful lot of life and music going on. For one of the icons of the Red Dirt Music movement, it was always about the moment that drove him to his next destination.
“I had a fiddle player and people kept telling me, ‘You need to get a band’,” recalls the performer/songwriter. “Live at Billy Bob’s was like jumping straight into the fire: two weeks after putting the band together, we recorded the album, hit the road and did 250 dates a year. We never looked back.”
Opening Act - Tommy Gallagher Band
For the guys in TGB, music runs thick in their blood. The Tommy Gallagher Band was originally started in April 2004, when Tommy Gallagher split off from a band he was playing in to start something with its own Country sound. Influenced by Texas icons like Cross Canadian Ragweed and Pat Green, the band soon had a smokin’ country sound all of their own.
Now six years and thousands of miles later, TGB has developed into one of the premier live music acts across the Southern Country market, earning the respect of new fans at every show with hard-hitting relatable lyrics and a high-energy stage performance.
Shamrock Country Club
St. Patrick's Day Dance ft.
Tommy Gallagher Band
Friday - March 14th, 2014 @ 9:00 pm
$10 Cover - 21+
Also, catch Tommy Gallagher Band on Saturday, March 19th at the Annual St. Patrick's Day BIG DANCE located in the Shamrock Community Center.
Held at the Shamrock Rodeo Grounds
on I-40 Access Road, 1000 feet West of HWY 83.
Draw 4 $140 then add or pick 4
4 head progressive on 1
For info call Clint Orr: 806-334-0673
Antique, Classic Car, and Truck Show
Show begins at 1 at the U-Drop Inn,
Judging will begin at 2.
13 Prizes awarded in various categories,
don't miss these beauties!
ST. PATRICK'S DAY
Motorcycle Rally and Poker Run
Begins at 12:30 at the
Shamrock Community Center
14 Prizes awards for
Best Looking Bikes!
Get revved up!
Entry Fees: $50.00 per entry. Deadline Monday March 10th, 6 pm.
Location: Vacant lot North of Community Center at south end of Main street.
Schedule: 8am – open for set up, 10:45am - cooks meeting, 11am – cooking starts, 2pm – Turn in chili for judging.
Contact: Gordon Dockery, Chairman: 806-334-0971 or Randy Lee: 806-334-0133.
No Electricity available.
Register at 7:30, Race starts at 8!
All true Donegal contestants must have started there beard ON or AFTER January 1, 2014.
Beards are judged on length, thickness, overall appearance and whether it is a true Donegal.
A Donegal beard is a whiskery fringe around the lower chin and jowls (see fig. 1). The razor is applied to the upper lip, upper chin and just above the collar line. All men caught on the streets of Shamrock without Donegals will be slammed in the Barefaced Jail to cool their heels while their beards grow to a thickness benefiting a true Irishman.