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WTVM Ice Bucket Challenge Acceptance Videos

Terry Bell from Headquarter Nissan accepted our challenge! Terry Bell from Headquarter Nissan accepted our challenge!
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On Tuesday, WTVM anchors Jason Dennis, Barbara Gauthier, Sports Leader 9's Kim Smith and Chief Meteorologist Derek Kinkade all took the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness for Lou Gehrig's disease.

Before they got splashed with icy water, they challenged several different familiar faces throughout the Chattahoochee Valley:

Jason challenged:

            Upcoming Run for Jeremy team/organizer (Accepted)

            Wes Carroll from Clear Channel Radio (Accepted) 

            Phenix City Mayor Eddie Lowe (Accepted)


Barbara challenged:

            Terry Bell from Headquarter Nissa (Accepted)

            Dr. Karen Stuar (Accepted)

            Baby J and Georgia from Foxie 105 (Accepted)


Derek challenged:

            Riley Land, Deputy Director of EMA Muscogee County (Accepted)

            Bob Franklin, EMA Director in Russell County (Accepted)

            Muscogee County Sheriff John Darr (Accepted)


Kim challenged:

            Jason Gibson from the Columbus Lions, who opted to donate

            Adam Thomas from the Chattahoochee Valley baseball team (Accepted)

            Gabe Wright from Auburn (TBA)

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