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Camp Casey Cowgirl Pubcrawl March 29 in Ferndale

Camp Casey Cowgirl Pub Crawl March 29 in Ferndaleessential

(Camp Casey Press Release, March17, 2014)

Camp Casey, a Michigan based nonprofit horseback riding program for children with cancer and their families, will be hosting their fifth annual Cowbell Pub Crawl from 5:30pm-11:30pm on March 29th in downtown Ferndale. The night begins at The Loving Touch and heads out to The Woodward Avenue Brewers, The Emory, Como’s and

Sneaker’sJim Shaffer ad EDITED Pub. 100% of the proceeds go to Camp Casey.

“We are getting very excited for this year’s Cowbell Pub Crawl.” Says Molly Reeser, the Executive Director and founder of Camp Casey’ “This events has always been so much fun. Our supporters really enjoy putting on their cowboy boots and supporting a great cause.”

“We are a Ferndale place and very Ferndale forward.” Says Dustin Leslie, manager at The Emory, “We love that we can help not only positive causes, but also positive people.”

Participants over the age of 21 are encouraged to wear western attire but there is no dress code. Tickets, which are $25, can be purchased on Camp Casey’s website at www.camp-casey.org. Participants will receive a complementary stein and exclusive drink offers at each stop.lori voikos thank you

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 to enjoy for the day; 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, sickle cell anemia or aplastic anemia diagnosis.

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