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Jim Kelly Keynote FeeHall of Famer Jim Kelly has been announced as the keynote speaker for the YMCA of York and York County’s annual Livestrong at the YMCA Black Tie Gala this fall on October 13. The event will kick off at 6:15p.m. and run all the way until 11 p.m. at the Wyndham Garden in York. Tickets to get in will cost $100 until the end of August, and $125 after that until the day of, and all proceeds will directly benefit Livestrong at the YMCA, a 3 month program to support cancer survivors and help them get their strength back emotionally and physically. Kelly has been through cancer treatments himself, so in addition to being a well-loved sports star he will also be able to relate to the audience personally.

The Pittsburg, Pennsylvania native was selected to play for the team after his USFL team, the Houston Gamblers, folded their franchise. From there he led the Bills to between the years of 1988 and 1995 and finished his career with over 35,000 yards thrown on the field for the NFL. The four-time AFC champion also had his number 12 jersey retired from the Buffalo team, which is the only time that the franchise has ever done the in their history. In addition to that, Kelly is the only quarterback in NFL history to bring his team to four consecutive Super Bowls even though they did not win any of them.

Kelly is scheduled to be the keynote speaker on October 13th for the YMCA of York and York County’s annual Livestrong at the YMCA Black Tie Gala. The NFL legend will likely share his own story of how he beat cancer as well as some stories from his time on the field during his career.

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