Sign up for Save-A-Joe Pub Crawl Nov. 9

 
Submitted by Save-A-Joe
Updated 10/17/2019 10:22 PM

The Save-A-Joe Pub Crawl benefiting veterans in need will be held from 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9.

Check-in will begin at noon at The Office. The event will take place at six participating bars on Route 64 in downtown St. Charles. Meet at Alley 64 for raffles and prizes from 5 to 6 p.m. Tickets are $50 and include a Pub Crawl long sleeve T-shirt, food at the first and last stop, three drink tickets which can be used at any of the six bars, entry into the Save-A-Joe Poker Game, and entry into the Most Patriotic Costume Contest.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Participating pubs include: The Office, The Crazy Fox, Filing Station, R-House, Main Street Pub, and Alley 64.

You must order tickets by Oct. 25 to get the T-shirt. One hundred percent of the proceeds will be dontaed to veterans in need by the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association of Northern Illinois.

For information, visit www.saveajoe.org/pubcrawl.

The goal for this Save-A-Joe Veterans Charities fundraiser is $20,000 which will be donated to veterans in need. Save A Joe works closely with Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association who help identify and help these veterans that too often do not come forward for help.

If you are interested in volunteering or helping raise much needed funds, please contact Katherine Banik at katherine@saveajoe.org

The local community has many veteran service organizations that help with education, housing, therapy, and finances. The mission of Save-A-Joe, Inc. is to partner with local small businesses, corporate sponsors, and community members to raise money to assist these veteran service organizations. One hundred percent of all funds that you help raise will be donated to help fight veteran homelessness, provide assistance to disabled veterans, and assist veterans living in VA Homes.

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