The sixth-annual Black Hills Home Builders Association Poker Pub Crawl Fundraiser (BHHBAPPCF) will take place on Saturday and will happen between 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
A released has been published by the (BHHBAPPCF) and according to the release the association support members of the Rapid City community (RCC) who are struggling tragic life circumstances or with health. In 2017, the just past year, the association raised the fund of $25,000 for Mark Schuh and Jordyn Bruski.
Funds received from the event of this year will support Elvis Grueschow and Brynlee Ann Palmer.
The release says Grueschow is now 38 years old and was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer which is inoperable. Because of this disease, he has time of less than nine months to live and after him there is a big family and it including his wife, Kristen, four sons and a daughter.
Brynlee the other one who need support was born recently on March 29 with multiple congenital abnormalities, and it includes issues with her spine, brain, limbs, esophagus and heart. She also has Vacterl Association; this is a rare condition that affects various body systems. She has been checked by 33 different doctors and had five surgeries so far and many more to come.
The association by raising fund wants to help these two people. The registration for the Poker Pub Crawl (PPC) is $25 per person, and this also includes a meal. The pub-crawl begins at Thirsty’s at 2 p.m.
Those who will register with the association will earn a card at five different locations, and it will be revealed at registration. At the end of the event, the cash prizes will be given to the top two finishers of the event. The amount will be half the amount raised.