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Back to the Eighties: Puttin’ On the Hits Lip Sync Battle



On Wednesday August 24, 2016 immediately following the last class of the KSF WCHS evening performance, four pairings of horse world celebrities will take to the stage to battle it out in an 80s themed lip sync competition. This event is a fundraiser for the American Saddlebred Museum and the night’s champion will be the person/persons whose lip syncing skills raise the most money via pledges. The competitors are:

Gerhardt Roos vs. Jim Lowry

Tammy Devore vs. Rich Campbell

Mary & Evan Orr vs. Donna Pettry-Smith & Lance Hayes

Rose Marie & Sallie-Mason Wheeler vs. Todd & Chad Graham 

With only a few weeks to go, pledges are coming in and tables are selling fast. Visit the Lip Sync Battle Page at asbmuseum.org/lip-sync-battle to learn more about this event, purchase booths/tables/tickets or to make a pledge. You may also visit Crowdrise.com/PuttinOnTheHits to make a pledge or call us at 859-259-2746. Prepare to relive the 80s and support your Museum!   

Thank you to those that have already pledged and to the following very generous booth/table sponsors!

CHImperator Sponsor

Chestnut Dreams, LLC - Rose Marie Wheeler & Linda Fischer 

Ghareeb/McNeese/Hochner

Donna Pettry-Smith

Kathleen Ververeli

Amy Weiler

CHSky Watch Sponsor

Allen Bosworth

Diane Sembler Kamins

Toni Nastali

Kenny & Ceil Wheeler

CHMan On The Town Sponsor

Ed & Candi Aversenti

Joellen Blount/Tracy Garcia/Deborah Butler

Marion Bryan

Ellen Dorsey

Suzanne Keglowitsch

Keith & Sally Kurz

Legacy Saddlebreds

Meyers/Wellington/Crim/Nunley

Lynda Norman/Lisa Schlesinger

The Weisner Family

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