Get set … Heeeeere’s Massie!

By Diana Miller - For The News Journal

CLARKSVILLE — Mark your calendars for the “The Clinton-Massie Tonight Show” starring comedian Norman Stulz, and prepare yourself for an evening of entertainment that will be sure to make you laugh out loud as area students, staff, and administrators share their talents in the Massie spotlight.

The event, hosted by Clinton-Massie’s Class of 2019, will take place Saturday, March 11 in the high school auditeria. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and showtime will begin promptly at 7 p.m.

According to Norm Stulz, the teacher, “A star-studded cast of entertainers will be on hand to celebrate our school by poking some fun ourselves and showing off our lighter side.”

The show will feature original comedy skits, interviews, imitation and impersonations, lip sync contests, pre-recorded videos, singing, dancing, games, contests, prizes and much, much more!

Performers will also showcase the good deeds and positive influences in and around the school that help to make Massie so great.

Concessions will be available along with several raffles where at least one lucky audience member will win free pizza for a year from Generations Pizza!

Tickets are on sale now for $10 in the Central Office (located in the middle school) and in the front office at the Elementary School. Students may also purchase tickets for themselves, friends, and family during high school lunches and immediately after school in room 111.

Seats are limited, so be sure to buy your tickets early. Remaining tickets can be purchased at the door as available.

Commercial and sponsorship credit will also feature area businesses that support the Class of 2019 in the presentation of the “The Massie Tonight Show.” Businesses may contact Norm Stulz (the teacher) by calling 937-289-2109 ext. 2111 or by emailing class president Corey Stulz at

Information for this article was provided by Diana Miller, who coordinates communications for several area schools. photo photo

By Diana Miller

For The News Journal