Steve DiCapo, Skye Risner, Brian Reser, Stephanie Ward (in back Mike Ward), in front are Mackenzie and Sammy Ward, Margaret Liggett, Kathy Wilson (in Back), Fred Liggett, Linda Pickett, Stephanie Kramer (In Back), Karen Cordell and Hope Davis.
Tribune Photo/Ron Wight
Over 300 people streamed through the doors at American Garage on Sunday, August 25th to attend Margaretís Mighty Mob fundraiser. The fundraiser featured a silent auction, four live bands and a drink specials with a purchase of a commemorative cup.
The fundraiser was held to raise money for Leeís Summit resident Margaret Liggett who is battling breast cancer and faces mounting medical expenses.
The four hour fundraiser raised over $2,800! Money came from event cup sales, Pink ribbon Pin sales and bids on Auction items. Featured auction items included free fitness at Yes and Anytime Fitness, Pink Wreath from Cameronís along with Home made purses and quilts.
T-shirts, game tickets, player cards and bobbleheads were donated by Local pro sports teams including KC Royals, KC T-bones, Missouri Mavericks and Sporting KC. Fundraiser attendees enjoyed live music from Cenacle, Scott DeVouton, Tony Rustici and Lonesome Jake.
Fundraiser organizers would like to thank event committee members Stacy Brandt Needels, Amy Tominia Robertson, Teresa Schumaker, Mike Ward and Stephen DiCapo. Thanks also go out to Alex Smith, Carole Culbertson, Hope Davis and Brian Reser for their hard work on event day. Thanks to KC Chiefs Superfan X Factor for making an appearance and entertained kids, signed autographs and posed for photos. Special thank you to Cameronís Home Furnishings for sponsoring the commemorative Event Cups.