United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley and Kirke’s Homemade Ice Cream are pairing up for the “Celebrity Scoopers” fundraiser.
Local celebrities from around the Ohio Valley are volunteering their time to scoop ice cream at Kirke’s Homemade Ice Cream in St. Clairsville, OH, on July 19th, 2oth, and 22nd, 2023 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
This is the third year that we have held a Celebrity Scoopers at Kirke’s, and we cannot thank him enough for his support and generosity!
Celebrity Scoopers include local officials, law enforcement, media, and business professionals. Not just the proceeds, but all of the sales will be donated to the United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley.
“We’re happy to help,” says Kirke Porterfield, owner of Kirke’s Homemade Ice Cream. “It’s a great cause that helps many people in Belmont County.”
This year we have a great lineup and will have a battling tip jar competition each hour!
Celebrity Scoopers July 19th
1 pm WTRF vs. Bordas & Bordas
2 pm Wheeling Nailers vs. Lightningbirds
3 pm WTOV9 vs Belmont Savings Bank
Celebrity Scoopers July 20th
1 pm WTRF vs. Wheeling Mayor and Vice Mayor Glenn Elliot and Chad Thalman
2 pm WesBanco vs. Wetzel-Tyler Chamber of Commerce vs. Panhandle Cleaning & Restoration
3 pm Marshall County Chamber of Commerce vs. Wheeling Chamber of Commerce
Celebrity Scoopers July 21st
1 pm iHeart Media vs. Winging In with Sonya & Liv
2 pm St. Clairsville Area Chamber of Commerce vs. Barnesville Area Chamber of Commerce
3 pm Wheeling Police vs. Belmont County Sherriff
Come out and help your favorite team win!
About the United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley
The United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley supports Ohio County, Tyler County, Marshall County, Wetzel County, Brooke County in West Virginia, and Belmont County and Monroe County in Ohio. Donating through your local United Way is the best way to reach the most people in need.
The United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley is an organization that supports nonprofit organizations in our area through annual campaigns, payroll deduction fundraising efforts, and individual donations. These community-minded people combine donations from employees and businesses alike to help assist those who need it most. The support from the annual campaign is then allocated to nonprofit programs through our volunteer allocations panels. We support 40 programs (and counting) in the upper Ohio Valley that tackle the toughest needs in the Ohio Valley. Consider giving to the United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley today.