Magical evening to benefit local training service organization

091613-cof-magic-showCOF Training Service Inc. is offering a night filled with magic to bring awareness of the services they offer to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Mark Toland, a magician who uses your mind as his stage, will perform at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, at the Ottawa Municipal Auditorium.

Toland presents magic, mind reading, sideshow stunts, pick pocketing and hypnosis in his act.

Tickets to the magic show are $15 for VIP seats or $10 for general admission and disabled seating. Tickets can be purchased at Jerry’s Thriftway, Osage City; Citizens State Bank, Lyndon; Lyndon State Bank, Melvern; in Ottawa at Arvest Bank, Ottawa Municipal Auditorium, and Country Mart; and in Leroy and Gridley at the Citizens State Bank. Tickets can also be purchased at COF’s locations in Ottawa and Burlington. Tickets can be purchased by credit card by contacting Carla Beinhoff at 785-242-5035, ext. 335.

The Ottawa Municipal Auditorium is located at 301 S. Hickory St., Ottawa.

Osage County General Public Transportation has a bus scheduled to transport riders from Osage County to the show in Ottawa. Call 785-528-4906 for more information about the bus trip.

COF Training Services Inc. is a not-for-profit social services organization founded in 1968 that serves people with intellectual or developmental disabilities, and provides opportunity to increase independence, productivity, and integration into the community. COF is an acronym for the names of the three counties in which services are provided: Coffey, Osage and Franklin.

COF’s Ottawa office is located at 1516 N. Davis Ave., Ottawa, KS 66067, phone 785-242-5035. The Burlington office is at 1415 S. Sixth St., Burlington, KS  66839, phone 620-364-2151.

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