Y2K Trivia Night to benefit Mon County Child Advocacy Center

The Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center (MCCAC) announced an upcoming Y2K-themed trivia night to be held on June 13 at Chestnut Beer Hall, Pleasant Street, in downtown Morgantown.

This fun-filled evening promises to be a nostalgic trip back to the turn of the millennium, featuring trivia questions on topics from the early 2000s.

Teams of three to five people are encouraged to register in advance, as space is limited. There is space available for 15 teams to compete.

If you would like to register your team, contact Taylor at [email protected] or 304-598-0344. Payment can be made in advance or the night of the event.

All proceeds from the event will go directly to the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center, whose mission is to advocate for children who have been abused or encountered other adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) by providing a child-friendly and safe environment where children and their families can be interviewed, supported and healed.

MCCAC helps children and families in the aftermath of trauma by providing three resiliency building services: forensic interviews, family advocacy and therapy. The center works collaboratively with other professionals in the community to support families.

“We are thrilled to bring the community together for a night of fun and nostalgia, all while supporting such a vital cause,” said Taylor Shultz, director of Awareness and Development of the MCCAC. “Our Y2K Trivia Night is not only an opportunity to relive some great memories but also to make a meaningful impact on the lives of children in our community.”