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Meadows Turkey Bowl

Here's an opportunity to support the needy in Northern Kentucky this Thanksgiving:

President Armstrong will drive to his hometown of Cleveland to play in the 25th annual Meadows Turkey Bowl this Thanksgiving. What started as a small gathering of friends in the Meadows' yard has turned into the single largest fundraising event in Medina County, benefiting St. Vincent de Paul. President Armstrong values this opportunity to demonstrate on a personal level the mission of the institution he leads.

The event raised $158,000 in 2013 and $126,000 in 2012. President Armstrong's personal goal is a minimum of $2,500. Will you help him reach his goal?

Excerpt from Thomas More College’s Mission Statement: Inspired by the teachings of the Catholic Church and by our patron, Saint Thomas More, we challenge students to examine the ultimate meaning of life, their place in the world, and their responsibility to others.

To support President Armstrong in the Turkey Bowl and help the needy in Northern Kentucky via St. Vincent de Paul NKY, click the donate button below.

2014 Media Coverage and Videos

President Armstrong discusses the history of the Meadows Turkey Bowl

 Meadows Turkey Bowl official video 

 President Armstrong with SVDP Executive Director Ralph Bradburn 

2013 Media Coverage and Videos article: Thomas More College President puts on the pads for St. Vincent de Paul

President Armstrong was interviewed on The Sonrise Morning Show
on 740 AM, Sacred Heart Radio on 11/20/2013.  
Radio Interview 

He was also interviewed on Cleveland's Christian radio station,
The Fish on 11/21/2013. 
Radio Interview 

TMC president playing football for charity - Also ran in Kenton County Recorder - 11/20/13

Meadows Turkey Bowl set for 24th year, aims to top $500,000 in total donations -

Cleveland Plain Dealer Video

Meadows Turkey Bowl in Medina sets record for fundraising, helps veteran with brain injury

Turkey Bowl Raises Thousands for Charity