Cowgirl Pub Crawl to Benefit Camp Casey March 24

Cowgirl Pub Crawl to Benefit Camp Casey March 24

(Crystal A. Proxmire, The Ferndale 115 News, March 15, 2012 ed.)

Downtown Ferndale is the home of the annual Cowgirl Pub Crawl which helps raise money for Camp Casey, a charity that surprises youngsters who have cancer with a visit from a friendly, adorable horse. They also have other fun programs. The memories Camp Casey gives the sick children lasts a lifetime, and the Cowgirl Pub Crawl can be quite memorable as well!

This year’s Crawl kicks off at The Loving Touch (22634 Woodward) on Saturday, March 24, and it takes cowgirls (cowboys are welcome too!) on a tour through some of Downtown Ferndale’s most popular party spots.

The crawl costs $25 and includes a souvenir stein that bars will fill up with super cheap drink deals.  Pre-registration is suggested since last year over 200 people attended!

Sign up online HERE.

Camp Casey, a 501c3 nonprofit organization founded in 2003, offers three unique programs to children with cancer and their families.  Cowboy Camp Outs are overnight mini-vacations at dude ranches in Michigan; Horsey House Calls bring a horse to the doorstep of kids too ill to attend an overnight retreat; Outlaw Outings provide family-oriented activities, like attending professional sports games, without the expense or hassle of planning.  All of Camp Casey’s programs are free for families facing a pediatric cancer diagnosis.

Read our previous Camp Casey stories at:


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