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“Cruisin’ for a CURE”
Poker Run Benefits
American Cancer Society Relay For Life of
Attention Motorcyclists and even non-riders, get ready for a Poker Run this Saturday, October 3. The day will begin at 10am at Cahill’s Motor Sports,
The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is a family oriented event where participants raise funds to support the American Cancer Society’s
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy and service. For more information about the San Antonio Relay For Life on April 17, 2010, contact Chris Popp, ACS Community Representative at 1-800-940-1969 x103 and visit San Antonio Relay For Life web site at www.relayforlife.org/sanantoniofl . For more information about cancer and services provided call 1-800-ACS-2345 or visit www.cancer.org .
Who: American Cancer Society Relay For Life of
What: “Cruising for a CURE” - Poker Run benefitting Relay For Life
When: Saturday, October 3rd 10am start, with bbq dinner and entertainment starting at 3pm
Where: 10am start at Cahill’s Motor Sports,
3pm start for BBQ at San Antonio Restaurant’s Outback,
Cost: $25, $10 for passenger. $10 to join the BBQ and festivities only.
Why: The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is a family oriented event where participants raise funds to support the American Cancer Society’s
For More Information: John Levitt, (813)690-1427 or Patty Richter (352)424-1694
Greg the Gopher has been spotted in the San Antonio vicinity!! Greg is the great grandson of Sandy the Gopher which visited the festival for years. Let me know where you might see him! Go pher the Rattlesnake Festival........
|Local lady musiciancontinues to ring the banjo around Pasco County and the San Antonio area.
You can catch Banjo Lulu and her donkey on the YouTube video below.
Lori Pegram, is know as “Banjo Lulu” around these parts. She and husband Randy are a the musical couple. The both have performed at the Rattlesnake Festival and at various Pasco County community events. Randy is a civil engineer and fine bassist who once toured with the bluegrass band Sweetwater.
Lulu, of Wesley Chapel, has been a sign-language interpreter at the Caminiti Exceptional Center in Tampa . She’s been taking on as many banjo students as possible and may be playing this year at our Rattlesnake Festival in October.