Softball tournament to raise money for Ka’Vyea Curry, 10-year-old gunned down at gas station

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After being gunned down at a gas station, 10-year-old Ka’Vyea Curry is on the road to recovery. His father was killed and Ka’Vyea was paralyzed. His family hopes with therapy he will be able to walk again. In the meantime, with the help of others, Ka’Vyea’s family has organized a softball tournament fundraiser. Details are listed below.

Love Softball Tournament and Fundraiser
Benefiting the Ka’Vyea Buddha Tyson-Curry Recovery Fund
Registration Fee: $100 per team
June 14-15, 2014
Men’s Division
Women’s Division
CoEd Divison
Over 50 Division

Parade Park Truman Road and The Paseo
Swope Park  69th & Elmwood

Sponsored by:
PAC 20 (People’s Action Committee)
The Oak Park Neighborhood Association
KCMO Parks and Rec Sports Dept.

For more info call Pat Clarke at 816-977-3116.

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