Found April 23, 2012 on
As the World Turns (Left):
Tony Stewart presents a $1 million check to Kyle and Pattie Petty for the Victory Junction Gang Camp back in 2006. Photo by Tom Copeland/CIA Stock Photo
In the all-time rankings of “No good deed goes unpunished,” this one at first glance would be tough to top.
A Kansas City Star story laid out how the board that oversees the Victory Junction Gang Camp apparently wants to send Pattie Petty into charity Siberia. All we seem to know so far is that a Valentine’s Day Wynonna concert that was supposed to make money, well, lost money. The whole story isn’t told, for it makes no sense that after the millions Kyle and Pattie Petty have raised to honor their late son Adam, one failed fundraiser would lead to her ouster.
On top of that, Pattie Petty wants to fight but says the board is holding her medical insurance over her head, an especially dire situation now that’s she suffering from Parkinson’s disease.
The Star story was top-notch, except for one fact that was buried a tad. Pattie’s so...
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