DAV, comedians provide lighthearted night for local vets – Big Spring Herald

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Updated: November 10, 2022 @ 6:03 pm
Veteran Chris Clawson, who served in Saudi Arabia, Somalia and Bosnia, receives a Quilt of Valor at the DAV Comedy Night Saturday. 
Comedian Michael Shields offered laughs in support of veterans at the event.
Comedian Adrienne Green offered laughs in support of veterans at the event.
Comedian Jeanette Fahey offered laughs in support of veterans at the event.

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Veteran Chris Clawson, who served in Saudi Arabia, Somalia and Bosnia, receives a Quilt of Valor at the DAV Comedy Night Saturday. 
Comedian Michael Shields offered laughs in support of veterans at the event.
Comedian Adrienne Green offered laughs in support of veterans at the event.
Comedian Jeanette Fahey offered laughs in support of veterans at the event.
Laughter was on the menu at the 2nd Annual Big Spring D.A.V. Comedy Night. Four comedians – Michael Shields, Chris Crawford, Jeanette Fahey, and Adrienne Green – came together in support of local veterans.
“We are thankful to all those who showed up and appreciate the support that we receive throughout the year,” Mike Tarpley, D.A.V. of Big Spring Senior Vice Commander, said.
Shields and Crawford are part of the Veterans of Comedy. The Veterans of Comedy and Friends is a group of comedians who follows the motto “no laugh left behind” and, through that philosophy, seek to bring laughter to the men and women in uniform, past and present. The team was created in 2012 with nearly 30 members the group represents all five branches of service.
“We don’t have a lot of opportunity to just laugh and release some stress, and I always think it’s a good idea to help out local organizations, especially one that supports our veterans that have served for us,” Adrienne Green, local comedian and event organizer, said.
See Tuesday’s edition of the Herald for the rest of the story.
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