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Relay for Life poker run a huge success

Posted Saturday, October 2, 2004

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The first annual Pittsboro Relay for Life Poker Run was a huge success. One hundred fifty three bikers and thirty-seven passengers came to Pittsboro from thirty-seven different NC towns to participate in the event and help raise $5,000 for the American Cancer Society.

Event sponsors included: Friendly Ford, Auldern Academy, Wilsonville Exxon, Choplin Marine, Moody, Williams & Roper, LLC, Curves of Pittsboro, Pattishall's Industrial Contracting, Top Dog Embroidery, Ouida's Upholstery & Draperies, Honda Suzuki of Sanford, Scoreboard Grill & Bar, Al's Diner, Jordan Lake Land Sales, Real Estate Associates, Jack Dixon of Farm Bureau Insurance, Larry & Wandra Farrell and Durham Roofing Company. Others who helped make this ride a safe and successful event were the Chatham County Sheriff's Office and the Concerned Bikers Association of Chatham County who served as Marshals.

The Third Annual Pittsboro Relay for Life golf tournament on October 15th at the Preserve.

The Bell's Angels team is holding a Bass Fishing Tournament on October 23rd at Jordan Lake.

There will be a tailgate party on October 25th at the Council on Aging to kick off our 2005 Relay season. The entire community is invited to attend and to wear your favorite football team’s colors.

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Relay for Life poker run a huge success
100 mile ride through beautiful Chatham County

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Pittsboro Relay for Life

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