Jan. 25, 2005
Columbia, Mo. - In his 14th year of being known as the "Voice of the Tigers," Mike Kelly has done many things over that span to show his support for Mizzou Athletics, as well as the community of Columbia. In his latest venture, Kelly is lending his dulcet tones in support of the University of Missouri Health Care's Children's Hospital in an event this Friday that will benefit the hospital.
Kelly will emcee the RE/MAX Miracle Challenge Trivia Tournament, this Friday, January 28th at 6:30 p.m. at the Stoney Creek Inn, located at 2601 S. Providence Road.
Kelly, along with KPLA Radio personality Jim Littrell, will lead contestants through 10 rounds of questions, as teams compete to win the Challenge. Registration is $20 per person, with teams consisting of eight individuals.
Proceeds from the event will support MU's Children's Hospital through the Children's Miracle Network. Since 1992, RE/MAX has been the exclusive international real estate sponsor of Children's Miracle Network and has raised more than $46 million for 170 children's hospitals.
To register for the event, or for more information, please contact Kenney Hubble at the RE/MAX Boone Realty Office at (573) 256-3182.
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