Saturday, October 26, 2013

Frog Fest Update 2013

In October 2013, Muley the Mule got to host the kids' costume contest and emcee the door prize winnings.  Finally, he was there to dedicate the famous Kermit and Jim photo to the museum.  Click the image below for more information.
Muley with Kevin, Dot Turk and Ashely Zepponi at the museum
in front of the original photo of Jim and Kermit.

Friday, October 25, 2013

Muley and Kevin October 2013 Appearances

Short notice, but places where you can find Kevin L. Williams this weekend, along with Muley the Mule:

Friday, Oct. 25 from 6 – 9 pm: Kevin is appearing as a proud member of Expedition Unknown at the Woodruff-Fontaine House’s “Haunted Happenings,” where you get to explore the house museum, take a mini-ghost hunt, and learn the history of this beautiful Victorian style home!  $20 for the event, food, and to see Kevin in a 16th century outfit.  Costumed garb suggested!

Saturday, Oct. 26, all day: Leland Mississippi’s FrogFestival, celebrating the Birthplace of Jim Henson and Kermit the Frog featuring bands, costume contest, art activities, puppet shows, and more.  Muley will be on hand (ha ha) to host the costume contest and possibly judge a chili contest.  Kevin will be doing art activities teaching how to draw some Muppets along the banks of the famous Deer Creek!  Be sure to stop in the Jim Henson Delta Boyhood Museum!!

Thursday, October 24, 2013

October 20, 2013, Kids' Message

Muley's been delivering these kids' messages at First Congo for a while now, and he loves it.  He loves visiting everyone and going to church and sharing his thoughts. To see when Muley will be speaking at First Congo, you can click here

The rest of us are nervous when he begins speaking.

However, this time he related how the church is like a big pie, and to keep this pie cooking you have to add ingredients which is either money (to help programs like Food for Families or the Fishes and Loaves Closet continue to help people) or even volunteers to power the programs.  The photo of the chocolate pie had a slice missing, and that's where we come in during this Season of Giving--to complete the pie and help continue programs which are needed to help the needy.

Of course, he would start with a broken sign and the wrong kind of "pi."

Photo by Roger Courts
We've also updated with the First Congo 150th Anniversary Banquet Program details and photos.