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Poker Float looks to flush out funds for Kids of Community
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Silent Creed president Darren Turner.
If you’ve always wanted to play a hand of poker while drifting down local rivers, now is your chance.A Poker Float is set for this Saturday, July 22, starting at Pepper Branch Park at 9 a.m. The event is being organized by Silent Creed, a local motorcycle riding club, with all proceeds to benefit Kids of the Community.“You’ll get your first card when you start at Pepper Branch Park and there will be three stops clearly marked along the river,” said Silent Creed president Darren Turner. “You’ll get your last card at the last stop, the VFW.”From the five cards, participants will make their best poker hand. Turner says there will be a prize for best hand and a prize for worst hand.There is no limit to number of hands a person can play.