Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly kicked off his 30th annual Celebrity Golf Classic in style on Sunday, June 5, with a VIP Gala. The Country Western themed charity event, was held at the Adam’s Mark hotel in downtown Buffalo and featured a variety of celebrity guests.
Coming together in support of the Kelly for Kids Foundation, guests such as WNY native NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and ESPN sportscaster Chris Berman enjoyed an evening filled with both live and silent auctions, as well as entertainment. The Bills had several alumni and current players in attendance including, Bruce Smith, Thurman Thomas, Andre Reed, Steve Tasker, Darryl Talley, Fred Smerlas, Pete Metzelaars, Tyrod Taylor, Richie Incognito, Eric Wood, Jordan Gay, Colton Schmidt, Blake Annen, Ryan Groy, Colt Anderson and Robert Kugler.
The festivities continued on Monday, June 6 as participants, including the Bills team, teed off at Terry Hills Golf Course in Batavia, N.Y. After 30 years of giving back, the Jim Kelly Celebrity Golf Classic remains a huge success.
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