Poker run supports local legion

The 5th Annual Golden Triangle Memorial Poker Run was a huge success.

Terry Hickey

2nd Vice President

Committee Chairperson for Public Relations and Bursaries

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch #122

The 5th Annual Golden Triangle Memorial Poker Run was a huge success.

We had 53 riders and passengers purchase poker hands. The total entry fees of $1,060.00 was slip 50/50 between the high hand and the Legion. Motorcycle riders raised $217.50 amongst themselves bringing the total Legion donation to $747.50.

1st Prize – Jamie Shibley with 3 Aces

2nd Prize Dennis Daley  with 3 Queens – Prize – A pair of Full Day Rafting Tickets on the Kicking Horse River – compliments of Canadian Rockies Rafting

3rd Prize – Liard Pittman with 3 5’s – Prize – A pair of 1/2l Day Rafting Tickets on the Kannanaskis River – compliments of Canadian Rockies Rafting

Door Prizes were donated by

Riders Ranch Motorcycle Campground Kitchener BC

Red Tomato Pies Pizza in Golden

Thank You to McDonalds Golden for donating Coffee and Muffins to get the riders on their way Sunday morning.

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch #122 would like to thank the people of Golden and the businesses who supported the events.


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