Welcome to the For Mother's and Daughter's Forever Our Legacy Invitational with Mary Lou Retton and McKenna Kelley.

There area few ways to win amazing additional experiences with Mary Lou and McKenna!

The TOP 20 overall fundraisers, with one parent, will enjoy a private Breakfast BANQUET with Mary Lou and McKenna on Saturday February 25, 2023 at 7:30 am! 

The TOP 3 overall fundraiser, with one parent, will SIT WITH Mary Lou AND MCKENNA at the banquet!

In addition, EVERYONE raising $150 joins Mary Lou and McKenna on Saturday morning at 8 am for their exclusive Forever Our Legacy VIP Meet & Greet that includes pictures, autographs, a color poster and a Q&A. Additional incentives include, being in the official VIP Meet & Greet photo that they post to social media, a Forever Our Legacy VIP autographed fundraising plaque and a Mary Lou and McKenna filled basket of autographs!

All are great opportunity's to meet Mary Lou and McKenna, win great prizes and raise money for their charity, The McKenna Kelley Foundation.

The McKenna Kelley Foundations goal is to support charities that assist all individuals in their personal journeys with mental health, to provide educational skills so individuals can have self awareness as to their current mental health, and to provide skills for individuals to form a plan so they can get back on track and feel like themselves again.


“Gymnastics has created so many beautiful memories for me. I cherish my personal journey that led me to the 1984 Olympics and cherish even more being blessed to sit in the stands and admire my daughter McKenna and the joy gymnastics brought her, said Mary Lou. I’m honored to be able to be by McKenna’s side and play a small role in celebrating that same joy and pride my daughter brought me to the mothers and daughters meets.”  

Mary Lou Retton catapulted to international fame and ignited a new era of American dominance in gymnastics during the 1984 Summer Olympics, when she became the first American woman to win a gold medal in gymnastics, scoring two perfect 10s along the way. Today, Mary Lou remains deeply involved in the gymnastics community, and she is the mother of four daughters, all of who are accomplished athletes as well. Mary Lou would win five medals during the 1984 Olympics, the most won by any athlete during that summer's games. During her gymnastics career, she was also the only woman to win three American Cups and the only American to win Japan's prestigious Chunichi Cup. She won two U.S. Gymnastics Federation American Classics and the all-around title at both the 1984 National Championships and the Olympic Trials. And, she was the first woman ever to appear on the iconic Wheaties box. In 1997, Mary Lou was inducted into the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame.

“We’re celebrating the special person in all gymnasts’ lives! For me, the lasting memories I have with my mom are getting ready for a meet, driving to a meet, competing at a meet and her prideful smile just watching me and being with me, said McKenna. “I want to share my personal experiences I had with my mom with everyone attending our mothers and daughters meets and help them create their own lasting memories.”

Kelley, who is known for her 2014 Nastia Liukin Cup win, also proved to be a driving force behind Louisiana State University's Gymnastics Team from 2015-2019. As a freshman, she helped lead the tigers to an SEC Championship win, and earned SEC All-Freshman honors. Throughout her time at LSU, Kelley helped the Tigers to three NCAA Runner-Up finishes. She also earned a perfect 10 on floor exercise. In 2017, Kelley was the SEC floor exercise champion. Her senior year, she earned First Team All-American honors on floor. After her remarkable college career, Kelley graduated with a degree in Psychology and continues to be an inspiration to young gymnasts everywhere.