Allison Small and the Kelly Autism Program
Finding a way to unlock the potential of a child on the autism spectrum is of utmost importance, especially to the parents. As WHAS11’s Melissa Swan will show you, thanks to everyone’s support of the WHAS Crusade for Children, the Kelly Autism Program is able to find ways to help a child like Allison Small.
Davis Lowe’s Crusade story
The ability of a child to bounce back from a traumatic event sometimes seems like a miracle. Davis Lowe faced a heart transplant and a stroke before the age of two and now thanks in part to the WHAS Crusade for Children, Davis is creating his own miracle.
Second Perception Concert November 1
UofL Pikes 2nd annual Fire Truck Pull November 9
Date: November 9th 2013
Time: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Location: Fourth Street LIVE! – Downtown Louisville
Cost: $100 per team ($12.50 per team member)
All proceeds benefit the WHAS Crusade for CHildren
There will be four divisions (Corporate, Campus, Sorority, and Fire/Rescue Departments)
Teams will consist of eight persons who will pull the truck 25 feet as quickly as possible. There will also be many more exciting activities taking place throughout the day. We hope that you will join us for this exciting and unique annual event. Contact Hunter Pittman at email@example.com for more information.
Kentucky Railway Museum Train Robbery supports Crusade
As you enjoy a 90-minute train ride through the Rolling Fork River Valley, be on guard for a gang of robbers rumored to be in the New Haven area, not to worry though, law enforcement will be on hand to protect our passengers. It’s a whole lot of fun, don’t forget your camera. Passengers can surrender their loot to benefit the WHAS Crusade for Children! Here are the dates:
Click here to see the Kentucky Railway Museum Web site.