Jack Buck Night
Mathews-Dickey "Jack Buck Celebrity Night with the Stars" Celebrates 21st Anniversary
Join the World Series Champion line-up for the Mathews-Dickey 21st Annual "Jack Buck Celebrity Night with the Stars" at 5:30 p.m., Sunday, July 22, at the Missouri Athletic Club, 405 Washington Ave. All proceeds support the Club's efforts to revitalize the field of dreams at the Mathews-Dickey at Bob Russell Park where youth can enjoy baseball, football, softball and Earn & Learn opportunities.
KMOX Radio's Tom Ackerman emcees the live broadcast that evening and KTVI Fox 2's Andy Banker is the auctioneer. Cardinals Broadcaster Rick Horton will be there with a team of Cardinals legends including Andy Benes, Jack Clark, Kerry Robinson and more. The late Jack Buck's wife Carole, daughters Christine and Julie are being invited to be special guests that evening. The Mathews-Dickey Board Team Manager is Jim Binz, managing director, The PrivateBank.
Table sponsors of 10 at $1,000 are invited to select a representative to receive an autographed photo with our celebrity guest that evening. Donors at the $2,500 Team Captain level receive the table of 10, autographed photo and logo recognition in the program. The $5,000 table sponsors take a group photo with the celebrity guest, receive logo recognition in the program/reception and one Russell Irwin portrait inspired by Jack Buck's poem "A Perfect World" (autographed and depicting Hall of Famers Enos Slaughter, Lou Brock, Bob Gibson of the Cardinals and the Big Red's Dan Dierdorf, Jackie Smith and Larry Wilson).
For tickets, call Barbara Washington at (314) 382-5952, ext. 234 or Bill Fronczak at (314) 382-5952, ext. 228.
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Mathews-Dickey Boys' & Girls' Club is a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) United Way member agency that annually provides educational, athletic and cultural enrichment programs to more than 40,000 young people from throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area. For 52 years the Club has taught youth respect, restraint and responsibility so that they may obtain credibility, integrity and accountability. For more information, call Barbara A. Washington or Bill Fronczak at (314) 382-5952, ext. 234.