Kim McKee Rodeo Champion

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 Kim McKee's Rodeo Memorabilia from her National Collegiate Championship Career will be on display at the Rocky Run Y in Media, Pa. The memorabilia  will be on display for members during the month of July  2015. McKee a graduate of Sun Valley High School and The University Tennessee Martin  is arguably the best woman Rodeo athlete in the history of Delaware County. Kim winning a National College Finals Championship held in Bozeman Montana, aired on ESPN, she later rode exclusively as a professional, making it to the International Rodeo Finals in Wichita Kansas.       This addition to the Mickey Vernon Delaware County Sports History Museum welcomes you to its home in the Rocky Run YMCA in Media, PA.  The addition is a Sports Rarity of the Month exhibit, on display in a case adjacent to the gym.       Items from the museum's collection, including the monthly Rarity, can be viewed at  www.mickeyvernonsportsmuseum.com.  If you are one of the more than 19,000 members of the Rocky Run Y be sure to visit this site often to view periodic updates.  If your club or organization is interested in hosting a hands-on presentation of any of these sports rarities at a meeting place of your choice, contact museum curator Jim Vankoski at 610-909-4919 or vankoski21@comcast.net.


Kim McKee’s Rodeo Memorabilia from her National Collegiate Championship Career will be on display at the Rocky Run Y in Media, Pa. The memorabilia will be on display for members during the month of July 2015. McKee a graduate of Sun Valley High School and The University Tennessee Martin is arguably the best woman Rodeo athlete in the history of Delaware County. Kim winning a National College Finals Championship held in Bozeman Montana, aired on ESPN, she later rode exclusively as a professional, making it to the International Rodeo Finals in Wichita Kansas.
This addition to the Mickey Vernon Delaware County Sports History Museum welcomes you to its home in the Rocky Run YMCA in Media, PA. The addition is a Sports Rarity of the Month exhibit, on display in a case adjacent to the gym.
Items from the museum’s collection, including the monthly Rarity, can be viewed at www.mickeyvernonsportsmuseum.com. If you are one of the more than 19,000 members of the Rocky Run Y be sure to visit this site often to view periodic updates. If your club or organization is interested in hosting a hands-on presentation of any of these sports rarities at a meeting place of your choice, contact museum curator Jim Vankoski at 610-909-4919 or vankoski21@comcast.net.


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