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  • Watch the Country Club Plaza’s statues get ready for the Chiefs’ home opener

    Kansas City Chiefs mascot KC Wolf on Wednesday helped put Chiefs jerseys on some of the statutes at the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City. It was preparation for the Chiefs’ home opener Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles as well as for Red Friday, which this year will raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City. Participating McDonald’s restaurants will be selling Chiefs Kingdom flags during the event.

Watch the Country Club Plaza’s statues get ready for the Chiefs’ home opener

Kansas City Chiefs mascot KC Wolf on Wednesday helped put Chiefs jerseys on some of the statutes at the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City. It was preparation for the Chiefs’ home opener Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles as well as for Red Friday, which this year will raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City. Participating McDonald’s restaurants will be selling Chiefs Kingdom flags during the event.
Allison Long The Kansas City Star