I Got This All-Star Showcase benefiting Make-A-Wish

St. Dominic High School

Top Missouri High School Basketball Prospects Join Together for 3rd Annual Make-A-Wish All-Star Basketball Game

Dozens of top prospect St. Louis high school basketball players from across the St. Louis area will participate in an all-star basketball game at St. Dominic High School in St. Charles, MO to help grant wishes to local children battling critical illnesses.

The fundraising event will happen on Saturday, June 8 at St. Dominic High School located at 31 St. Dominic Dr, O'Fallon, MO 63366. Doors open at 5:00pm with a three-point contest taking place at 6:00pm followed by a dunk contest. The all-star basketball game will begin at 7:15 p.m.

The game is being organized by Luke Kahrhoff, a 19-year-old who received a wish from the Make-A-Wish Missouri & Kansas chapter in 2015, when he was just 10 years old. He said he wanted to find a unique way to raise awareness and funds for the organization that helped him during his own medical journey.

“During my treatments, my two older brothers were the basketball managers at CBC High School,” said Kahrhoff. “CBC’s coach, Justin Tatum, found out that I was battling cancer and he took me under his wing. He allowed me to be with the team and sit on the bench for two seasons. That experience changed my life and showed me that I had a support system in my corner. Because of my Make-A-Wish experience, I have two things that I am extremely passionate about; giving back to others and making a difference in the lives of kids.”

Event tickets can be bought at the door of the game and are $10 each (Cash Only)

All proceeds will benefit the local Make-A-Wish chapter as they grant wishes to children with critical illnesses.

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