SRC Community Relations Committee to Sponsor Night of Champions Trivia Night

 
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The SRC Community Relations Committee (CRC) will serve as a Diamond Sponsor for Champion Athletes of the Ozarks's (CAO) Night of Champions Trivia Night on June 1, 2018. The event will benefit CAO's efforts of serving local children and adults with disabilities.

The event, located at the Oasis Convention Center in Springfield, Missouri, is held in honor of Linda McHaney, a long-time supporter of CAO and trivia buff. The event will include live and silent auctions. Additionally, a buffet dinner will be provided, and a cash bar will be available.

Attendees may register as a team of up to 8 people. Various SRC associates will also be competing. You can register your table here.

About Champion Athletes

Champion Athletes of the Ozarks is a local organization dedicated to serving children and adults with disabilities. Since their establishment in 2002, CAO has provided sports training and competitions to build self-esteem, confidence and social skills in the people they serve. Through their programs, they create a positive atmosphere while teaching decision-making and team skills.

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Additionally, CAO also provides classes to help develop life skills including reading, basic money, math, storm preparedness and wellness. CAO is devoted to helping local disabled citizens develop necessary skills for success within the community. They help each of their athletes to be flexible and cope with the stress that life changes bring.

CAO relies heavily on the dedicated work of their volunteers and donors. To see how you can make a difference, visit their website today.

 

About the CRC

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SRC's Community Relations Committee is comprised of associates of varying professions from the SRC family of companies. Each month, the committee meets to review requests from area organizations and explores opportunities for volunteering, sponsorship and fundraising throughout the Ozarks.

Find out more about the impact the CRC makes on our community here.

 
Danielle Kothe