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Hastings Harleys Run For Fun

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Event# 402-462-5255

Event Details

Fundraiser poker run for Down Syndrome Association for Families of Nebraska. All motorcycles and vehicles welcome!

Stops will be as follows: 1. Hastings: Route 6 (Registration) 2. Roseland: Reggie’s Place 3. Bladen: Ramblin Rose 4. Lawrence: Dick’s Place 5. Deweese: The Mill (Meal will be served) 6. Hastings: Miscues Winners will be announced, and prizes will be given at last stop, Miscues in Hastings, NE.

Registration is between 11:30am -1:00 p.m.
Come hungry! Little Jakes will be serving a food special before the run!
Run will leave at 1:30 p.m.
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners! Prizes!
Meal and winners announced at last stop!
STAY AND WATCH THE NEBRASKA/WYOMING GAME!

Hastings Harleys Run For Fun

Address : Little Jakes, 1104 W. J Street Hastings NE
Phone : 402-462-5255   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : sindee452000@yahoo.com

Admission Fee : $15.00 per person (Includes meal, poker hand, and donation)

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