Thank you to everyone who gave to this year's Paducah Lions/WPSD Telethon of Stars! You raised more than $100,000.
The Local 6 community has a strong tradition of helping others. For decades, you have helped us raise money for programs that assist people with special needs.
We are excited to announce plans for the 62nd Paducah Lions/WPSD Telethon of Stars!
It will air November 17 on WPSD along with our livestream and Facebook page. It starts at 7 p.m. and will feature our local stars along with Wynonna Judd and the Big Noise, Collin Raye, and Craig Wayne Boyd!
You can then wake up to our Gospel Concert on November 18 at 9 a.m. It will also be on air, online, and on Facebook.
For more on the Telethon of Stars, click here.
Thanks for joining us this morning as we air our 62nd Telethon of Stars Gospel Celebration Concert from Gospel Mission Church in Reidland, Kentucky.
The Local 6 community has a deep-rooted tradition of helping others. For more than six decades, many have helped us raise money for programs that assist people with special needs.
Your support of the 62nd Lions Club WPSD Local 6 Telethon of Stars helps improve lives. The money you donate funds centers and programs in our region that assist people with special needs.
There are a few things you can expect every year in Paducah. In April, it's quilting. In September, it's barbecue. In November, it's Dancing Freddie.
Your support of the 62nd Lions Club WPSD Local 6 Telethon of Stars helps improve lives. Money raised funds centers and programs in our region that assist people with special needs. One of those centers is Easter Seals West Kentucky Adult Center, and one of those people is Anthony Jeffrey.
When you buy a ticket to attend the 62nd Telethon of Stars Celebration Concert, you're helping fund programs in our area that assist people with special needs. One of those people is Kane Powell, this year's Easter Seals West Kentucky child representative.
The 62nd Telethon of Stars Celebration Concert is just weeks away, and when you buy a ticket, you're helping some very special kids and adults in our community. One young girl you're helping is 6-year-old Ella Paige Carey.
Lukas and Elijah are twins who were born very early. They faced developmental delays. With the help of a program serving children with special needs in six northwest Tennessee counties, they're right on track.
The 62nd Telethon of Stars Celebration Concert is just weeks away. When you buy a ticket, you're helping some very special people in our community, like 1-year-old Jayce.
The holiday season is often called the season of giving, and the season to give to this year's Telethon of Stars is in its final weeks.
For 17 years, Freddie Hicks has danced for donations outside Paducah's Hannan Plaza Kroger. Dancing Freddie is at it again this year.
This year's adult representative from Easter Seals West Kentucky is Stewart Owsely. He was born with a mild intellectual disability and cerebral palsy, but he doesn't let life slow him down.
2-year-old Austin Nipp wasn't supposed to live after a medical emergency at birth. Austin's strong will and his family's faith proved the doctors wrong.
3-year-old Harrison Thweatt has a genetic disorder. He's one of many children you can help get care they need through the Telethon of Stars Celebration Concert.
It's time for the 61st annual Lion's Club WPSD Telethon of Stars Celebration Concert. It's important not to forget that children like Caidence are the reason for the Telethon.
The Paducah Lion's Club WPSD Telethon of Stars Celebration Concert is held for children like Amiya Sawyer. She suffers from significant brain damage.