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Compete against Kurt and other gridiron fans in a one-day fantasy football game on FantasyHub. Join the game by signing up here. Once you have joined, decide how many teams you want to field: 1 for $7, 2 for $13, or 3 for $18. Before game day on Sunday, November 2, draft players you think will give you the best chance to win while staying mindful of the salary cap. The top three point earners will receive an autographed jersey and phone call from Kurt, an autographed football, or an autographed Sports Illustrated, respectively. Proceeds benefit First Things First.
JOIN WARNERS FOR SPECIAL NIGHT WITH CHAMPIONS
The fourth installment of Night with Champions is hosted by Kurt and Brenda with Special Guests from the Super Bowl XXXIV Champion Rams: Head Coach Dick Vermeil, Marshall Faulk, Isaac Bruce, Torry Holt, and Orlando Pace. Two levels of tickets are available for this unique event. Doors open for the First Bites & Auction at 6:00 p.m. for floor guests to enjoy an auction filled with unique items and delicious cuisine from local restaurants including Bishop’s Post, The Cup, Drunken Fish, Fitz’s American Grill, Pappy’s Smokehouse, prasino, Pueblo Solis, and Tucanos. Doors open for show-only ticketholders in the balcony at 7:30 p.m. Beginning at 7:45 p.m. all guests will enjoy a night of entertainment as Kurt and company lead the retrospective on that fairytale season! Proceeds from the event will benefit the St. Louis outreach of the Kurt Warner First Things First Foundation. Click here for more information. Individual floor and balcony tickets can be purchased thru The Pageant and Ticketmaster here. Full table sponsorships available by calling 877-FIRST-13.
Inviting Schools to Participate in Disability Awareness Program
Know of a high school or middle school that could benefit from a disability awareness program? CHEER (Consciousness Helps Encourage Equal Respect) is a school-based program designed to encourage inclusion and open the eyes of students to see their fellow peers with special needs as more than their disability. The week-long program invites student volunteers, called CHEER Leaders, to adopt a disability for a day. First Things First supplies each participating school with an equipment kit for students to simulate various impairments. The week culminates with an assembly featuring a video of Kurt and Brenda discussing the importance of inclusion and the negative impact division causes. Click here to learn more CHEER and bring the program to a school in your area.
Treasure House is a supported residential community for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Visit treasurehouse.org to learn more.