Fans welcome at the KCGC Dinner/Auction on Saturday

Courtesy of KC Gorilla Club
By: TeamKong Staff
Aug 19, 2014

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Gorilla fans are encouraged to participate when the Kansas City Gorilla Club will hold its annual Dinner and Live Auction this Saturday, August 23rd, at the Sylvester Powell Community Center in Mission, KS. Details for the event are below.


KC Gorilla Club Annual Dinner & Auction (Non-Members Welcome!)
Saturday, August 23, 2014. 5-8pm. Sylvester Powell Community Center, Mission, KS.
Pittsburg chicken with all the trimmings, beer & wine.
($15/Adult, $10/Teen, $5/Child)
RSVP & questions:

This is the Club's largest fundraiser. Silent auction during dinner and Live auction following. Casual attire. Pittsburg State representatives & coaches usually attend to update/answer questions on PSU happenings. Truely a wonderful evening for Gorilla fans.


So...what is the Kansas City Gorilla Club?

The Kansas City Gorilla Club is a booster club for Pittsburg State University athletic programs and University promoter in the Greater Kansas City area. Members do not have to be alumni or even from Kansas City. The only requirement for membership is that you be a "fan" of Pittsburg State.

The Club was formed in 1992 by a very small group of former Pittsburg State athletes. The Club donates to the University by way of Endowments, Mini-grants and Scholarships. These donations are made possible by memberships, tailgates and annual dinner/auction.

An Executive Committee meets as needed and leads the Club. The Club is always open to new ideas and activities to support the University. New Gorillas are welcome and highly encouraged to get involved! So tell your friends and check us out.

Annual membership is $25 individual/$50 family. Membership forms are available at all Club events or please contact:

Mitch Carlson
Cell: 913-972-7395

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