9 Who Care on Jay Leno

The Gazette ran an article on KCRG-TV9's 9 Who Care program, which features local volunteers. It made the Tonight Show with Jay Leno because eleven volunteers were listed! (Two of the winners were couples that volunteer together, so we counted them as one winner.) Check out the clip, and check out the 9 Who Care

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Anonymous says ... on Thursday, Jan 29 at 2:38 PM

thats hilarious

That's pretty good says ... on Thursday, Jan 29 at 3:17 PM

"Is it Leanne? Is it Orville?" Hilarious!

Anonymous says ... on Thursday, Jan 29 at 4:03 PM

thats dumb not even funny

Anonymous says ... on Thursday, Jan 29 at 4:28 PM

I love that it was posted on KCRG TV9. This is something that many stations would want to hide. I laughed as hard as the next guy.

Wha? says ... on Thursday, Jan 29 at 6:43 PM

Worst...story...ever

OMG says ... on Thursday, Jan 29 at 9:33 PM

Ahhhhhahaha get it? It's because there are 11 people and the title is 9 Who Care! Aha its comedy gold! You can tell because of that fat hippo woman still laughing at the end. Oh wait, I'm being sarcastic again.

JO says ... on Friday, Jan 30 at 12:25 AM

It is all in good fun !! How fun

Darrah says ... on Friday, Jan 30 at 10:08 AM

I'll have to admit.....That was pretty funny.

Buddy Burton says ... on Friday, Jan 30 at 11:17 AM

WHOOPS!!!! "Love Potion #9" on the brain???

Blake says ... on Friday, Jan 30 at 11:28 AM

To wha? You're the worst story ever!

Renee says ... on Saturday, Jan 31 at 10:58 PM

We all need something to laugh at every now and again. LOL

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