CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The Charleston Gold Dome Lions Club's Kiss-A-Pig for Diabetes Awareness "Kiss-Off" will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Charleston Family YMCA.
The winner of the contest is the person who receives the most votes and will have the privilege of kissing a pig. Each vote equals $1.
This year's representatives include Amanda Barren, WSAZ-TV; Terry Burhans, WCHS/WVAH TV; Jim McMillon, Charleston Gold Dome Lions Club; Amanda "Mandy" Means, Lions District 29-o governor; Bea Mooney, Loudendale Lions Club; Connie Moore, Hometown Lions Club; Dan Miller, Anytime Fitness; Rudi Raynes, state Department of Agriculture; Dean Ross, Lions District 29-o webmaster and publicity chairman; and Jim Strawn, Highland Hospital.
Votes/contributions can still be sent in the form of checks and money orders that should be made payable to the KAP Program and have the candidate's name in the memo section and mailed to: Kiss-A-Pig Program, P.O. Box 2385, Charleston, WV 25328.For information about diabetes, visit www.diabetes.org. For information about the Lions' diabetes/sight programs, contact Cheryl Jennings-Wolford at 304-768-1577 or pollyanna-...@yahoo.com, or Lisa Edwards or Stewart Perry at 859-268-9129 or ledwa...@diabetes.org. For information about KAP, contact Darrell Jennings at 304-395-0173 or djlionking1...@gmail.com.