The SugarBowl Foundation of St. Albans will host a WVU at Alabama Game Watch Party at Buffalo Wild Wings Nitro to support the Childhood Language Center.

Table sponsorships at the Aug. 30 event benefit the Childhood Language Center, a nonprofit clinic providing free speech, language, feeding and swallowing therapy to children in southern West Virginia.

Limited table sponsorships include reserved seats, WVU memorabilia, wings and beverages.
Special guests include past WVU players Major Harris and Bo Orlando. WSAZ’s Amanda Barren hosts, and Eagle View and Capitol Pointe at Eagle View presents the event.

The game watch party will feature a silent auction with autographed WVU items and memorabilia, along with a raffle sponsored by the Charleston Department Store.

The party kicks off at 2:30 p.m. and the televised game starts at 3:30 p.m. The event is free to attend.

For more information on table sponsorships, contact Anthony Lewis, SugarBowl Foundation, at 304-444-4104.  All proceeds of the event benefit the Childhood Language Center.

The SugarBowl Foundation supports children’s charities in the greater Kanawha Valley.