Zionsville Times Sentinel

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April 20, 2011

30-plus celebrities to participate in Z Bowl fundraiser April 30


“People are going to be blown away to see what we do,” Wood said. “It’s going to be a blast!”

The event will begin at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 30, at Montgomery Aviation. There are still tickets available, Wood said Monday. To order tickets, send check or money order to: Z Bowl, c/o Night Moves Event, 9716 Autumn Way, Zionsville.





Robbie Hummel, Purdue Basketball Star

D.J. Byrd, Purdue Basketball Star

Josh McRoberts, Indiana Pacers Player

Sarah Fisher and her husband Andy O’Gara, Veteran IndyCar driver/owner

Ed and Heather Carpenter, IndyCar Driver with Sarah Fisher Racing

and his wife

Hunter and Jen Smith, Former Colts Punter and his wife

Justin Snow, Indianapolis Colts Long snapper

Kristi Lee, Q95 Radio Personality from The Bob & Tom Show

Dave Smiley, Host of the Smiley Morning Show on WZPL

Katie Stam, Miss America 2009

Jared Fogle, "Subway Guy"

IndianaFever Head Coach, Lin Dunn

Bridget Sloan, Olympic Medalist and World Champion Gymnast

Rosevelt Colvin, Former Purdue Football Star and NFL Player

Bobby Copabianco, Indiana University Basketball Player

Jillian Wunderlich, Miss Indiana USA 2011

Gabrielle Reed, Miss Indiana 2010

Dan Dakich, Former IU Basketball Player and current host on 1070 The Fan

Melina Kennedy, Former Indy Deputy Mayor

Bob Kennedy, Olympic Track Star

Rafael Sanchez, WRTV 6 Consumer Watchdog & Investigative Reporter

Paul Poteet, Radio, Web and TV Personality

Tom Davis, Web Entertainer

AngelaGanote, Fox 59 Anchor

Dave Gunn, AKA Gunner , Q95 Deejay

Naptown Roller Girls, Indy’s Roller Track Derby Team

Ray Cortopassi, Award Winning Media Journalist

Terri Stacy, WIBC Radio Host

Andi Hauser, Co-host of IndyStyle

Larry McWhorter, Zionsville Community High School Head Football Coach

Rick Witsken, #1 Ranked Tennis Player in the U.S. in 35s singles and doubles and

 ZMS Girls Tennis Coach

Zuri Hall, The Face of MyINDY-TV

Anne Marie Tiernon, WTHR Healthbeat Reporter and News Anchor

John Stehr, Award Winning TV Journalist

Gordon Hayward, Utah Jazz basketball player, also played for Butler University

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