It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to another member of the Crusade family. For twenty years, Wayne Perkey was the face of the WHAS Crusade for Children. In 1980, he became only the second person to be chosen to emcee
CONGRATS! Highview Fire Protection District & the community celebrated Chief Dave Goldsmith’s retirement after 35 years of service. #WHASCrusade thanks you for your service & dedication. Happy retirement Chief Goldsmith!
The Renshaw Early Childhood Center on the campus of Western Kentucky University has received Crusade support since 2007. The “Big Red School” as it’s called, serves children of varying abilities from ages 15 months through kindergarten. The school's goal is to prepare these
It is with great sorrow that we are saying goodbye to one of the pillars in the history of WHAS11 and the WHAS Crusade for Children. Bud Harbsmeier passed away on Saturday, December 4th at the age of 86 after a courageous battle against
Terry Meiners and Hayley Minogue host The WHAS Crusade for Children's annual year-end special, "Building the Future", will air on WHAS11 Saturday, December 11th at 6:30pm. It's hosted by Terry Meiners from NewsRadio 840 WHAS and Hayley Minogue of WHAS11 News. Hear from experts It's a special about
We talked with Kate Nason about her 10th Frogtown Hop and how grateful she is for everything associated with the event. Check out Kate's interview plus her run today and her great finish with cheers from everyone. Thanks to Highview Fire Protection District