The games feature 130 graduated high school seniors and 28 coaches competing with some of the best athletes in Southwest Missouri in a benefit for the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile unit.
The football all-stars will compete in the Grin Iron Classic (GIC), an East versus West competition, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday at JFK Stadium.
On Saturday, a girl’s all-star volleyball competition, the Grin Action Classic (GAC), will start at 12 p.m. in the Parkview High School gymnasium. The championship game is expected to take place at 3 p.m.
Tickets are $6 each, children six and under are admitted free of charge. You can pick up tickets at McDonald's, Price Cutter - Smitty's - Ramey Supermarkets, and at the gate.
All GIC and GAC alumni are invited to both events and receive complimentary tickets.
The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile, or Tooth Truck, is a mobile dental clinic for at-risk children who have no access to dental care. Since its inception in 2002, the Tooth Truck has helped more than 16,000 individual children via 40,000 dental appointments, according to a release.
The total value of care provided is about $9.3 million in treatment, prevention, and education.
In addition to the game, tours of the Tooth Truck will be given. Performances by area high school dance teams, a visit from Ronald McDonald, half-time game with Mid-West Family Radio, concessions, game ball raffle, a year's worth of movie passes from The Wehrenberg Campbell 16 Cine and commemorative programs and t-shirts will also be a part of the program.
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