Poker Run And Cruise-In For Erlanger Center For Lung Health Is Saturday

Tuesday, May 13, 2014
The Scenic City Camaro Club, Inc. is hosting the Tammy Hey Memorial Poker Run and Cruise-In on Saturday to benefit the Erlanger Center for Lung Health.
 

The ride is in memory of club member Bobby Hey’s wife, Tammy, who lost her battle to lung cancer last year.  

All cars, trucks and motorcycles are welcome to participate, rain or shine, as the ride starts at Mountain View Chevrolet, follows Tennessee and Georgia back roads and ends at the Gateway Mall in Fort Oglethorpe for the Stateline Cruise-In; where there will be food, music and awards. 

Sign in begins at 11 a.m. with the first wheel out at noon.  The cost to participate in the poker run is $10 per hand or three hands for $25.  The cruise-in at the end of the route is free to all enthusiasts and spectators.  

1N3, One in Three, will be at Gateway Mall following the Poker Run.  Perry Maddux was riding his motorcycle home from Nightfall and struck head on by a drunk driver in an SUV--killing Mr. Maddux on impact. Mr. Maddux's motorcycle and other debris from his fatality will be on display for Motorcycle Awareness Month.  

For more information about the event, visit www.scccevents.com, call 243-0051 or email sceniccitycamaroclub@epbfi.com.


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