I'm excited to have been asked to be a judge for the first ever St. Louis Wing Ding competition, hosted by United Cerebral Palsy Heartland. The simple yet lofty goal is to discover who has the best chicken wings in St. Louis from 5:00 pm until 8:00 pm, on May 26, August 25th at Crestwood Court. Among the local restaurants in competition are The Market Public House, 11 Mile House, J. Buck's The St. Louis Wing Company and The Highway 61 Roadhouse.
Tickets are $25 per person (kids under 6 get in free!) for unlimited wings and 2 beverages. For more information and tickets, please click here.
Funds raised at the Wing Ding will support UCP Heartland’s programs and services for children and adults with disabilities and their families. Programs include the Adult Activity Program, Employment Resources (supported employment), Residential Services, Early Childhood Intervention, Family Support Services including respite care, Summer Camps, and our Autism Resource Center in Maryville, Illinois. UCP
Please join me at this fun event and support UCP Heartland on August 25th!
About UCP Heartland
"For many of our consumers, the services that UCP Heartland provides are the only ones available to meet their unique needs. Faced with multiple and significant disabilities, our participants experience complications with many activities of daily living. But, as we witness each and every day, these challenges do not limit their desire to experience independence, productivity or full citizenship. With funds raised at Wing Ding, we can continue to provide the highest quality of programs and supports while advancing the independence, productivity, and full citizenship of individuals with developmental disabilities, helping to create a life without limits for people with disabilities right here in our community.
Heartland’s mission is to provide the highest quality of programs, services and supports while advancing the independence, productivity and full citizenship of individuals with disabilities. UCP Heartland is a proud partner of United Way of Greater St. Louis."