Stoney Creek Fire Dept. hosts ‘Go topless in Stoney Creek’ Jeep Poker Run
Local jeep drivers are invited to “go topless” Saturday in a fundraising effort by the Stoney Creek Volunteer Dept. Funds raised will be used to build a brand new fire station
The Jeep Poker Run is a unique track designed with a bit of chance involved. The Poker Run itself is a series of five separate locations where drivers will travel to which in the end brings them to the site of the new station at 167 South Street, in front of Hunter Elementary School. At each stop, drivers will draw a playing card. When the run is over, each driver should have a full poker hand, the best of which wins the run.
All nearby Jeep Wrangler owners are encouraged to attend, a five-dollar entry into multiple competition categories which include: Cleanest Jeep, Dirtiest Jeep, Most Abused Jeep, and Loudest Sound System.
Prizes include donations from local businesses, including Jeep accessories and assorted prizes.
Registration begins at 10 a.m.
Food will be available on-site from David Nichols’ Power Smoke.
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