Second annual Sledz and Treadz Poker Rally at Pigeon Lake Feb. 29

Vehicle and poker event will benefit Lakedell School

Snowmobile and poker fans are going to have a great reason to head out to the Pigeon Lake area Feb. 29: the second annual Sledz and Treadz Poker Rally.

What’s even better is that the event will raise funds to benefit Lakedell School.

The event, which runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., starts and finishes at Ma-Me-O Beach Community Hall.

It’s open to snowmobiles, quads and side-by-side ATVs. Registration is open from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. There will also be breakfast, hot dogs and the concession at the hall, but the event will accept cash only.

You may also pre-register by emailing claudykozack@gmail.com.

Organizers are charging a very reasonable $25 fee for the first hand, and $10 for an extra hand.

There will be cash prizes for the top three hands, and if you’re convinced your luck isn’t very good, there will also be a cash prize for the worst hand. There will also be door prizes.

Remember to check out 2nd Annual Sledz and Treadz Poker Rally on Facebook.

Stu.salkeld@pipestoneflyer.ca

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