On Friday, May 18th, the Dunkin' Donuts in Owensboro is going to look like it's being raided by the police. But, don't be alarmed! Police will be surrounding the location for sure. And, they're even going to be on top of the roof raising money for a terrific cause.
As you all know, here at WBKR, we are huge supporters of Special Olympics Kentucky. And we're pleased to announce and help spread the news that Casey's General Stores in the Commonwealth have launched a month-long promotion to raise money for the cause as well! Here's how they're doing it!
On Friday, May 19th, the Dunkin' Donuts in Owensboro is going to look like it's being raided by the police. But, don't be alarmed! Police will be surrounding the location for sure. Heck! They'll even be on top of the building. But they're going to be there raising money for a tremendous cause.
Today is a special day here at the WBKR studios. We are hosting a yard party to help raise money for GRADSA, the Green River Area Down Syndrome Association. And there's no better story to go along with today's event than this one. Murray State University sorority Alpha Sigma Alpha recently made campus history. It became the first Murray State sorority to welcome a member with a genetic disorde
HUGE congratulations out to Chris Willis of Owensboro and Lee Dockins, who's also representing Kentucky and Team USA at the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles. They each won medals over the weekend!
It's been a busy week for Owensboro's Chris Willis. The Special Olympian is in Los Angeles competing for Team USA at the 2015 World Games! So far, Chris has competed in two events and has been right on the edge of breaking onto the podium.
This is absolutely awesome and we are so proud of her! Rhythmic Gymnast Danielle Blakeney, of Kentucky, has completed her events at the Special Olympics World Games and the results are in. And she has won multiple gold medals! LOOK!
The 2015 Polar Bear Plunge is in the books. And we had a ball in downtown Owensboro, where there many highlights. Among them . . . Santa Claus. Yep! Santa Claus came to town and took the Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Kentucky. WATCH!