Crusade license plate now available
Show your support 365 days a year by sporting a WHAS Crusade for Children Kentucky License plate on your car!
Every Crusade for Children license plate registration donates $10 to help children with special needs.
Here’s what you do:
1. Take your registration, renewal card and proof of insurance to the County Clerk’s office.
2. Ask for the WHAS Crusade for Children license plate when you renew.
It’s just that easy!
Learn more online now: CLICK HERE.
SAVE THE DATE for the biggest day of local giving! Give for Good Louisville is SEPTEMBER 12.
One donation to the WHAS Crusade for Children can impact more than 200 agencies, schools & hospitals that receive grants from the Crusade. Thank you for helping us make life better for thousands of children in Kentucky and Indiana. 100% for the kids!
The WHAS Crusade for Children announces its grants for 2019 – 2020. 218 grants have been awarded totaling $5,690,000. That matches the tote board at the conclusion of the 66th annual WHAS Crusade for Children which took place on June 1 – 2, 2019.
Grant funds become available as the Crusade for Children begins a new fiscal year on September 1, 2019.
Click here to learn more about the WHAS Crusade for Children grant process.
Click here to see a recap of the 2019 66th annual WHAS Crusade for Children.
SEE HUNDREDS OF PHOTOS FROM CRUSADE WEEKEND ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE, CLICK HERE.
2019-2020 GRANTS LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
Adair County Board of Education $32,000.00
Allegro Dance Project Inc. $5,000.00
American National Red Cross $20,000.00
American Printing House For The Blind Inc $10,000.00
Anchorage Independent School District $25,000.00
Appalachian Regional Healthcare Inc $11,000.00
Archdiocese of Louisville $40,000.00
ARHHC, Inc. $6,000.00
Asbury University $23,000.00
Baptist Health Foundation Greater Louisville Inc. $93,000.00
Baptist Health Foundation Paducah Inc. $40,000.00
Bardstown Independent Schools $25,000.00
Barren Heights Christian Retreat Center Inc. $7,000.00
Barren River Area Child Advocacy Center Inc. $10,000.00
Bath County Schools – Crossroads Elementary School $11,000.00
Bell County School System $11,850.00
Bellarmine University $50,000.00
Bellarmine University – Scholarships $18,000.00
Best Buddies International Inc. $6,500.00
Big Brothers Big Sisters Of Kentuckiana Inc. $5,000.00
Bingham Child Guidance Clinic Inc. $50,000.00
Bluegrass Center For Autism Inc. $30,000.00
Boys & Girls Clubs Inc. $9,500.00
Breckinridge County Board of Education $30,000.00
Bullitt County Public Schools $54,000.00
Burgin Board of Education $19,000.00
Camp Tessa Inc. $7,000.00
Camp Tessa Of Meade County Inc. $5,000.00
Campbellsville Independent Schools $18,000.00
Carroll County Schools $5,000.00
CASA at Woodlawn Inc. $6,000.00
CASA of Calloway and Marshall Counties Inc. $5,000.00
CASA of Lexington $18,000.00
CASA of South Central Kentucky, Inc. $5,000.00
CASA of the Heartland Inc. $11,250.00
CASA Program For Bullitt County Inc. $16,000.00
CASA of the River Region $10,000.00
Centerstone Of Kentucky Inc. $140,000.00
Central Kentucky Education Cooperative $30,000.00
Child Development Centers Of The Bluegrass Inc. $2,000.00
Clark County Youth Shelter And Family Services Inc. $13,000.00
Cleveland Home Inc. – Life Adventure Center of the Bluegrass $13,000.00
Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club Inc. $3,000.00
Cloverport Independent School District $40,000.00
Commonwealth Theatre Center Inc. $6,000.00
Communities In Schools Of Clark County Inc. $10,000.00
Community Action Of Southern Indiana Inc. $10,738.00
Community Arts Center Inc. $3,220.00
Critically Loved $4,000.00
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation $5,000.00
Dorman Preschool Center $25,000.00
Down Syndrome Association Of Central Kentucky Inc. $3,000.00
Down Syndrome Of Louisville Inc. $20,000.00
Dream Riders Of Kentucky Inc. $5,000.00
Dreams With Wings, Inc. $8,500.00
Dyslexia Association Of The Pennyrile Inc. $3,528.00
Easter Seals West Kentucky Inc. $4,000.00
Eastern Kentucky University – Autism $10,000.00
Eastern Kentucky University – Communication Disorders $8,980.00
Eastern Kentucky University – Scholarship $18,000.00
Elizabethtown Independent School System $8,000.00
Eminence Independent School $26,400.00
Englishton Park Academic Remediation and Training Center $7,000.00
Exceptional Equitation Inc. $2,000.00
Exploited Children’s Help Organization Of Greater Louisville $15,000.00
Family & Children’s Place – Child Advocacy Center $30,000.00
Family Ark Inc. – Capital Request $15,000.00
Family Enrichment Center Inc. $9,000.00
Family Scholar House Inc. $15,000.00
Father Maloney’s Boys Haven Inc./Boys & Girls Haven $90,000.00
Fayette County Public School District $10,000.00
Fayette County Public School District – The Stables $3,500.00
Feat of Louisville Inc. $15,000.00
Flaget Memorial Hospital Foundation Inc. $35,000.00
Floyd Memorial Foundation Inc. $70,000.00
Franklin County Schools $20,000.00
Friends Of Canaan Inc. $19,000.00
Friends of Open Door Youth Services $12,500.00
Friends School Inc. $34,000.00
Fund For The Arts Inc. $6,500.00
Gateway Community Services Action $8,500.00
Gilda’s Club Louisville Inc. $50,000.00
Graves County Board of Education $18,800.00
Grayson County Schools $18,000.00
Greater Clark County Schools $20,000.00
Greater Louisville Rowing Foundation Inc. $4,897.58
Green County Board of Education $23,600.00
Green Hill Therapy Inc. $20,000.00
Green River Regional Education Cooperative Inc. $10,000.00
Hancock County Public Schools $4,000.00
Hardin County Schools Special Education Department $67,500.00
Hardin Memorial Hospital Foundation Inc. $95,000.00
Harrison County Exceptional Learners Cooperative $19,000.00
Harrison County Hospital $26,000.00
Hart County Board of Education $15,886.00
Henry County Public Schools $25,000.00
Heuser Hearing & Language Academy Inc. $28,000.00
Hindman Settlement School Inc. $13,400.00
Home Of The Innocents $80,000.00
Hosparus Health $40,000.00
Hosparus Health – Capital $30,000.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – ECE Assistive Technology Center $60,500.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – ECE Audiology and Deaf/Hard of Hearing $30,000.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – ECE Autism Program $8,700.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – ECE Communication Disorders $7,940.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – ECE Early Childhood Special Services $5,400.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – ECE Moderate to Severe Disabilities $45,000.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – ECE OT/PT Program $46,000.00
Jefferson County Public Schools – ECE Visually Impaired Program $5,433.61
Jeffersonville Township Public Library $6,000.00
Jessamine County Schools $4,000.00
Jewish Community Of Louisville Inc. $110,000.00
Junior Achievement Of Kentuckiana Inc. $4,125.00
Kentuckiana Children’s Center $22,000.00
Kentucky Center For Special Children’s Services $68,500.00
Kentucky Center For The Arts Foundation Inc. $31,000.00
Kentucky Easter Seal Society Inc./Easter Seals Cardinal Hill $1,100.00
Kentucky Educational Development Corporation $15,000.00
Kentucky Hemophilia Foundation Inc. $6,761.00
Kentucky School For The Deaf Charitable Foundation Inc. $15,000.00
Kids Cancer Alliance Inc./Indian Summer Camp $15,000.00
Lake Cumberland Community Action Agency $7,162.40
LaRue County Public Schools $9,000.00
Learning For Life Lincoln Chapter $18,000.00
Lexington Hearing And Speech Center Inc $10,000.00
LifeSpring Inc/LifeSpring Health Systems $3,000.00
Lighthouse Promise Inc. $3,500.00
Lincoln County Schools $5,614.00
Logan County Schools $3,000.00
Madison Area Educational Special Services Unit $5,000.00
Madison Consolidated Schools $20,000.00
Marion County Board of Education $5,950.00
Maryhurst, Inc. $34,000.00
Masonic Home Of Kentucky Pediatric Daycare Inc. – Sproutlings Preschool $7,000.00
McCracken County Public Schools $13,000.00
Meade County Public Schools $58,000.00
Meredith-Dunn Learning Center Inc. $15,000.00
Miracle League Of Louisville Inc. $65,000.00
Mountain Comprehensive Care Center, Inc. $13,000.00
Nativity Academy At St. Boniface Inc. $20,000.00
Nelcasa Inc. $7,500.00
Nelson County Schools $13,000.00
Northern Kentucky Children’s Law Center Inc. $12,000.00
Northern Kentucky Cooperative For Educational Services $2,400.00
Norton Children’s Hospital – Capital Request $600,000.00
Oldham County Board of Education $50,000.00
Orange County Rehabilitative & Developmental Services Inc./First Chance Center $22,000.00
Orchid House Inc./Marty’s Orchid House $10,000.00
Our Lady of Providence High School $17,207.00
Owen County School District $5,000.00
Owensboro Dance Theater Inc. $13,000.00
Owensboro Health Foundation Inc $31,000.00
Paoli Community School Corporation – Throop Elementary School $12,000.00
Paws With Purpose, Inc. $22,000.00
Personal Counseling Service, Inc. $28,000.00
Pitt Academy $10,000.00
Project Camp Inc. – The Center for Courageous Kids $46,000.00
Providence House Family Preservation Program $12,500.00
Rauch, Inc. $20,000.00
Rockcastle County Hospital Inc. $53,000.00
Saint Joseph Berea Hospital Foundation, Inc. $14,000.00
Saint Joseph London Foundation Inc. $100,000.00
Saint Joseph Mount Sterling Foundation Inc. $36,000.00
Shelby County Public Schools $75,000.00
Shriners Hospitals For Children $30,000.00
South Central Area Special Education Cooperative $23,000.00
Spalding University, Inc. $7,394.00
Special Olympics Kentucky, Inc. $16,000.00
Specialized Alternatives For Families And Youth Of Kentucky Inc. $4,000.00
Spencer County Public Schools $35,000.00
Spina Bifida Association Of Kentucky Inc. $21,000.00
St. Francis High School Inc. $4,600.00
St. Joseph Hospital Foundation Inc. $36,000.00
St Joseph’s Catholic Orphan Society $23,000.00
Stage One The Louisville Childrens Theatre Inc. $6,000.00
Summit Academy of Greater Louisville Inc. $7,000.00
Sunrise Children’s Services, Inc. $16,000.00
T. J. Samson Community Hospital $30,000.00
Taylor County Board of Education $40,000.00
Telford YMCA $7,110.00
The de Paul School Inc. $6,591.41
The Morton Center Inc. $25,000.00
The Point Arc Of Northern Kentucky Inc. $12,000.00
The REATH Center Inc. $5,000.00
Trustees of Indiana University $9,000.00
University Of Louisville – Division of Child Neurology $62,000.00
University Of Louisville – NeuroRecovery $15,000.00
University Of Louisville – Pediatric Cardiology $227,032.00
University Of Louisville – Pediatric Endocrinology Infusion Center $37,750.00
University Of Louisville – Scholarships $18,000.00
University Of Louisville – Weisskopf Learning Disorders Clinic $53,000.00
University Of Louisville – Weisskopf Center – STAR $95,000.00
University Of Louisville – Weisskopf/Pediatric Nutrition Program $60,000.00
University of Louisville – School of Music, Music Therapy Clinic $30,400.00
Upside Therapeutic Riding Inc. $17,000.00
Visually Impaired Preschoolers Services of Greater Louisville Inc. – Indiana $45,000.00
Visually Impaired Preschoolers Services of Greater Louisville Inc. – Lexington $45,000.00
Visually Impaired Preschoolers Services of Greater Louisville Inc. – Louisville $87,000.00
Volunteers Of America Mid-States, Inc. $35,000.00
VSA Kentucky Inc. $9,000.00
Washington County Schools $11,935.00
Wendell Fosters Campus For Developmental Disabilities Inc. $13,000.00
West Clark Community Schools $16,000.00
West Point Independent Board of Education $19,000.00
West Washington School Corporation $42,000.00
Western Kentucky University – Early Childhood Center $35,000.00
Western Kentucky University – Kelly Autism Program $21,000.00
Western Kentucky University – Scholarships $25,000.00
Whitley County Board of Education $2,945.00
Wilderness Trace Child Development Center Corporation $10,000.00
Woodford County Public Schools $6,000.00
Working The Puzzle For Autism, Inc. $5,000.00
Young Adult Development In Action/Youthbuild Louisville $4,000.00
YMCA – Bullitt County $8,000.00
YMCA – New Albany Southern Indiana – Summer Camps $5,000.00
YMCA – Childcare Enrichment Programs and Summer Camps – Louisville $12,000.00
YMCA – Safe Place Louisville $17,000.00
Youth Ethics And Skills Center Inc. $8,400.00
About The WHAS Crusade for Children
Our Mission: The WHAS Crusade for Children makes life better for children with special needs by inspiring generosity with our community partners.
Our Vision: Together we provide resources to impact all children with special needs.
- 100% of each donation to the WHAS Crusade for Children helps children with special needs.
- Through the Crusade we’ve changed the lives of millions of children in Kentucky and Indiana since 1954.
- Right now we’re funding 1 in 3 children who need the Crusade.
Change a child’s life, support the WHAS Crusade for Children.
To make a donation securely online, click here.
The WHAS Crusade for Children Endowment
In September, 2002, the WHAS Crusade for Children Board of Directors voted to create the new Crusade Endowment.
It guarantees that 100 percent of the Crusade’s annual telethon collections continue to go directly to agencies that help children with special needs. It ensures that millions more children will be helped for decades to come.
- 100% of each donation to the WHAS Crusade for Children helps children with special needs
- The Crusade Endowment Campaign fully funds our future.
- Beyond your annual contribution, we need your Crusade Endowment donation now.
Change a child’s life forever, support the WHAS Crusade Endowment.
To make an Endowment donation securely online, click here.
How the Crusade works
The WHAS Crusade for Children, Inc. established in 1954 by WHAS-TV, raises money for agencies, schools and hospitals to better the lives of special needs children.
$190 million raised for special needs children
In its first 66 years, the Crusade has raised more than $190 million. Thanks to generous contributions of goods and services, the Crusade is able to return 100 percent of all donations to organizations that serve special needs children in all 120 Kentucky counties and more than 50 southern Indiana counties. Fire departments raise more than 50 percent of the money each year by staging road blocks and other events
An independent board decides
An independent board of interdenominational ministers known as the Crusade Advisory Panel decides how donations are distributed each year.
Agencies apply for grants
Representatives from agencies, schools and hospitals apply for grants and appear before the panel during grant hearings held each spring. Once the hearings are complete, the advisory panel determines which agencies receive Crusade donations.
Since agency grant requests far exceed donations to the Crusade each year, the panel has difficult decisions to make.
For a complete listing of grant application rules, click here.
The Crusade telethon airs in June
The annual Crusade Internet/radio/telethon is held each year on the first full weekend in June and is aired on WHAS Radio (AM 840), WHAS-TV (Channel 11.1) and worldwide on WHAS11.com. Portions of the broadcast are also seen and heard on a Kentucky statewide network.
Millions of children have been helped
Millions of children have been helped by the Crusade since 1954.
Donations are tax deductible
The WHAS Crusade for Children, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) public charity. Gifts are tax deductible as permitted by law. The Crusade is the most successful and oldest local telethon in America.
To make a secure online donation, click here or call (502) 582-7706.
For the 66th annual WHAS Crusade for Children, you and your family can participate by setting up your own “Official Crusade Lemonade Stand” with a complimentary Lemonade Stand Kit courtesy of L&N Federal Credit Union.
Watch the Official Crusade Lemonade Stand video!
Contact Deandra at Crusade Lemonade Headquarters to get your kit:
You’ll receive a packet in the mail. Then, just follow these steps:
Set up your lemonade stand!
Everything you need is in the packet.
Send us your photos!
Once you’ve set up your stand, send us your photos. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Use social media!
Get permission from your parents first, but if you use social media, please tag the WHAS Crusade for Children using the hashtag #WHASCrusade.
You can friend and follow the Crusade on:
Be on TV!
Schedule a time to join us at WHAS-TV on Saturday, June 1 beginning at 3:30pm to present your donations during the 66th annual WHAS Crusade for Children internet/radio/telethon. It’s America’s most successful local telethon!
Thanks again for being a big part of this annual miracle. Please call or e-mail if you have any questions.
Take a look at what’s inside this year’s packet sponsored by L&N Federal Credit Union:
Special online deal May 5 til June 30!
To celebrate the 66th annual WHAS Crusade for Children, Papa John’s has announced a special promotion. It’s a fundraiser to support children with special needs through The WHAS Crusade for Children — the 7th straight year Papa John’s has offered this promotion.
20% of your total order is donated to the Crusade!
Papa John’s locations from Carrollton to Elizabethtown will be working to satisfy customer appetites and support the WHAS Crusade for Children.
This special Crusade deal at Papa John’s runs from May 5 through June 30.
Customers must order through www.papajohns.com or use the Papa John’s mobile app.
Just CLICK HERE to link up with papajohns.com. Be sure to enter the promo code CRUSADE.
Papa John’s locations participating in the promotion
1616 EAST 10TH STREET – JEFFERSONVILLE IN
301 E. LEWIS & CLARK PARKWAY – CLARKSVILLE IN
2767 CHARLESTOWN ROAD – NEW ALBANY IN
1961 BROWNSBORO ROAD – LOUISVILLE KY
4673 OUTER LOOP – LOUISVILLE KY
2336 SOUTH FLOYD STREET – LOUISVILLE KY
14041 SHELBYVILLE ROAD – LOUISVILLE KY
6902 SOUTHSIDE DRIVE – LOUISVILLE KY
2363 HIGHWAY 135 NW – CORYDON IN
5363 DIXIE HIGHWAY – LOUISVILLE KY
3948 TAYLORSVILLE ROAD – LOUISVILLE KY
5911 TIMBER RIDGE DRIVE – PROSPECT KY
3983 7TH STREET ROAD – LOUISVILLE KY
5010 PRESTON HIGHWAY – LOUISVILLE KY
4123 SHELBYVILLE ROAD – LOUISVILLE KY
3511 SPRINGHURST COMMONS DRIVE – LOUISVILLE KY
10100 TAYLORSVILLE ROAD – LOUISVILLE KY
10627 DIXIE HIGHWAY – LOUISVILLE KY
1732 MIDLAND TRAIL – SHELBYVILLE KY
221 SOUTH HURSTBOURNE PKWY – LOUISVILLE KY
189 ADAM SHEPHERD PARKWAY SUITE #23 SHEPHERD’S CROSSING – SHEPHERDSVILLE KY
713 HIGHLANDER POINT DRIVE – FLOYDS KNOBS IN
411 SOUTH 2ND STREET – LOUISVILLE KY
2111 WEST BROADWAY – LOUISVILLE KY
5000 MUD LANE – LOUISVILLE KY
567 TAYLORSVILLE ROAD – TAYLORSVILLE KY
2301 BARDSTOWN ROAD – LOUISVILLE KY
5709 BARDSTOWN ROAD – LOUISVILLE KY
2606 HARRY NICHOLS DRIVE – MADISON IN
600 EAST TIPTON STREET – SEYMOUR IN
6535 W. HWY 22 – CRESTWOOD KY
1960 N. DIXIE BLVD. – RADCLIFF KY
1415 HIGHLAND DRIVE – CARROLLTON KY
1848 SOUTH HIGHWAY 53 – LAGRANGE KY
3100 RING ROAD – ELIZABETHTOWN KY
905 MARKET STREET – CHARLESTOWN IN
996 CHAMBERS BOULEVARD – BARDSTOWN KY
316 N. COLUMBIA AVENUE – CAMPBELLSVILLE KY
400 N. MAIN STREET – SALEM IN
701 SOUTH MAIN STREET – LEITCHFIELD KY
745 WEST MCCLAIN AVENUE – SCOTTSBURG IN
611 N BARDSTOWN RD – MT. WASHINGTON KY
213 WEST WALNUT STREET – NORTH VERNON IN
4979 N. DIXIE HWY. – ELIZABETHTOWN KY
510 BYPASS RD. – BRANDENBURG KY
30 SHAWNEE DRIVE – HODGENVILLE KY
255 NORTH DEPOT ST. – LEBANON KY
114 HOMETOWN PLAZA – SELLERSBURG IN
20% discount and 20% to the Crusade FINAL DAY IS THIS SATURDAY
“We’re going to have a 20% off discount every Saturday in April, whatever our sales are 20% of them are going to the Crusade. We’re going to have a weekly drawing every Saturday for people to put in a chance to win a prize of a vase and at the end of the month of April we’re going to give away our large big planter,” says Jerry Day of Hadley Pottery.
Two Louisville institutions – Hadley Pottery and the WHAS Crusade for Children – are teaming up to make life better for children with special needs.
With Thunder, Oaks and Derby coming up you may be looking for unique dinnerware for your party plans. Now you can liven up your table and drink settings and help children with special needs.
Known nationally for its iconic, handmade pieces, Louisville’s Hadley Pottery is doing a special month-long event for the WHAS Crusade for Children.
Open from 9:00am to 3:00pm on Saturdays (Crusade sale day!)
Open Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm
1570 Story Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206
Easily accessible from interstates I-64, I-65 and I-71
Easter Sunday (April 21st) is just days away! Make it special this year with a unique brunch at the Omni Hotel in downtown Louisville.
Since the hotel opened just last year, it’s their first ever Easter brunch, according to Carly Mason, Omni Marketing Manager.
$5 per person donated to the Crusade!
Tickets are $59 per person (see details below) and $5 per person will be donated to the WHAS Crusade for Children. Chef Javier has created a special menu for the day.
Map of Omni Hotel location
Here are details for Easter Sunday Brunch:
– There will be 3 seating times: 10:00am, Noon, 2:00pm
– Ticket prices are $59/person, $5 going directly towards WHAS Crusade for Children
– Location: Ballroom on the 2nd floor
– Highlights: Photos with the Easter Bunny, kids buffet and activity stations
Omni Hotel Easter Buffet 2019
Sunday April 21st
Seatings available at 10:00am, Noon or 2:00pm
Children under 12 yrs. $24
Children, 4 yrs. and under FREE
$5.00 per meal goes to the WHAS Crusade for Children
Smoked & Cured Meats
Marinated Olives, Artichokes, Pepperoncini’s & Cherry Peppers
International cheese display with dried fruit, nuts & local chutney’s
Assorted Farmhouse Breads
Hummus & Tapenade with Pita Chips and Bread Sticks
Mixed Field Greens with a selection of Dressings and Vegetables
Classic Caesar salad with White Anchovies
and Freshly Shaved Parmesan Reggiano
Classical Waldorf Salad with Asparagus & Chopped Eggs
Orzo salad with Goat Cheese, Spinach, Baby Heirloom Tomatoes
Baby Beets, Apple, Goat Cheese, Salad with Fennel-Apple Vinaigrette
Spinach, Strawberries, Walnut & Feta Cheese and Citrus Vinaigrette
Fresh Seasonal Fruit display
Smoked Salmon & Gravlax with traditional condiments
Assorted Mini-Danish, Croissants, Breakfast Breads & Muffins
with Jams, Jellies & Marmalade
Apple Wood Bacon & Smoked Sausage
Biscuits & Gravy
Cheese Blintzes with Raspberry Sauce
Crispy Belgian waffles with Bananas, Berry Compote, Pecans, Chocolate Chips, Maple syrup, Whipped Cream & Butter
Classical Omelet & Egg station made to order
Choice from Cage-Free Eggs, Eggs Whites with assorted items:
Diced Tomatoes, Baby Spinach, Diced Bell Peppers, Spanish Onions, Chopped Bacon, Sliced Mushrooms, Cheddar Cheese, Kentucky Ham, Pork Sausage, Chopped Bacon and Jalapenos
Cajun Mahi-Mahi with Creole sauce & Crispy Plantains
Creamy Pasta Carbonara
Boursin Mashed potatoes
Lemon-Garlic Green Beans
Roasted honey glazed Heirloom carrots
Slowly Roasted Herb Prime Rib with Horseradish Cream,
Assorted Mustards & Au jus
Roasted Turkey Hot Brown with Tomatoes, Bacon, Onions and Mornay Sauce
Chef’s Jackie’s Choice
Mimosas and Bloody Mary available for purchase
Kid’s Activity Station
No Discounts or Coupons
Reservations Highly Recommended
To secure your reservation a credit card number will be taken at time of reservation.
Cancellations accepted up to 48 hours in advance, or a $25 per person cancellation fee will apply.
Truckers not only drive big rigs but they have big hearts too! The crew at Kenworth of Louisville is raising money for the WHAS Crusade for Children.
That’s a fully-stocked, rolling T-R-P toolbox valued at $4,000. Kenworth is raffling the complete set to benefit the Crusade for Children.
“We thought what a better way to do this than to get involved with one of the biggest charity events with the Crusade. So we decided this would be a great way to get involved with the community.”
Raffle tickets are $5.00 with a limited number of 3,000 to be sold.
They’re available at:
Kenworth of Louisville
4330 Poplar Level Road
The winning ticket will be drawn LIVE June 1st during the 66th annual WHAS Crusade for Children.