Ahh…summertime at the lake. What could be better than spending the day on the water? How about playing a hand of poker against several dozen others for fun and prizes? Then, add in a dollop of help for our brave military. Sounds like the Lake Ozark Support Our Troops Poker Run 2018 to me.
What: Lake Ozark Support Our Troops Poker Run 2018
Where: Various Locations Around the Lake
When: Friday, June 29th, 8 am Breakfast, 10:15 am Poker Run
Cost: $250 per 2-man team, $50 for each additional team member
Contact: Lake Charity Poker Run (636) 795-7940
Lake Ozark Support Our Troops Poker Run 2018
This Friday, the 11th annual Lake Ozark Support Our Troops Poker Run takes place out on the lake. Teams compete for the best hand of poker possible. Your $250 registration includes entry for you and one other crew member, two commemorative T-shirts, two dinner tickets, admission to the after-party, and two poker hands. Do you have more people interested in joining your crew? Extra members pay just $50 each. Play an additional hand of poker for an extra $20 each.
After breakfast at Camden on the Lake, contestants head out to various locations around the lake. At each stop, pick up a card. Create your best hand with what you’re given. Just make sure to turn them in before 3 pm. Awards will be handed out at Dog Days from 3 pm to 5 pm, with dinner served after. To register, simply visit the Support Our Troops Poker Run website here. All proceeds benefit the amazing charity H.E.R.O.E.S. Care.
Lake Ozark Support Our Troops Poker Run Stops
- Camden on the Lake – start of run
- Backwater Jacks
- Bear Bottom
- Captain Ron’s
- Dog Days – dinner & awards
- Fish & Co
- Frankie & Louie’s
- Larry’s on the Lake
- Nauti Fish
- Shady Gators
About H.E.R.O.E.S. Care
H.E.R.O.E.S. Care provides support to local military families both emotionally and financially. This includes employment services and mental health services as well as financial aid when needed. For more information and to volunteer as hometown support, visit the H.E.R.O.E.S. Care website today.