Saturday, November 5th

6:30pm

Studio Dan Meiners

Camp for a Cause 2022

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Dust off your hiking boots and gather your team for KyMel’s annual Camp for a Cause relay race. Bring your “A” game if you want your team etched on the coveted Camp for a Cause trophy! If competition isn’t your forte, no problem! Come sip on cocktails, play unique games, eat nostalgic bites, bid on auction items, and we’ll all raise our glasses for a good cause!

This year, we’re also celebrating a major milestone as Camp Hope turns 40! Started in 1983 by Donna Brown, after losing two children, Kyle and Melani, to cancer, her hope was to connect children and families on the cancer journey. Today, we still carry on “Ma” Donna’s legacy through KyMel’s Camp Hope and Camp SIBsational.

Every dollar donated goes directly to helping families—regardless of financial ability— temporarily forget about cancer. Will you participate in Camp for a Cause 2022 as a sponsor, donor and/or attendee and preserve this legacy for local kids facing cancer?

Through Camp Hope and Camp SIBsational, KyMel’s mission is to support families on the cancer journey by providing connecting experiences. Every dollar donated goes directly to helping families–regardless of financial ability– temporarily forget about cancer.

Sponsorships
General Admission Tickets

Pink Flamingos

2021 Winning Team

Special Guests

Kim Byrnes anchors and reports the news at 9am and noon. Kim came to FOX 4 in 1997. She began her career here as a general assignment reporter before getting promoted to anchor of the weekend evening shows.
Kim has been telling stories since she was a child. With a captive audience in her sixth grade class, she turned a three minute speech into 27 minutes. Her teacher told her it was a school record and she hasn’t stopped talking since.
In her spare time, which is rare, she loves to hang out with her three kids, shop, travel and fish. One of her proudest moments is reeling in a 25 pound king salmon in Alaska, which she showed off to fellow travelers at Kansas City International Airport upon landing. The baggage claim area has never quite smelled the same.
Kim has also worked as an anchor, reporter and photographer in Springfield, Missouri and Pittsburg, Kansas. She loves Kansas City and plans to call it home for a long time to come.

Thank you to our 2022 sponsors!