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Annual Joe “Hug” James Memorial Poker Run Will Benefit Shellie Huff on October 12.

This year, the Annual Joe “Hug” James Memorial Poker Run will benefit Shellie Huff who has been fighting a courageous battle with cancer. Shellie has a very rare form of vascular cancer. Unfortunately, there is no known cure or treatment for this type of cancer. Shellie has been to the Cleveland Clinic and the James in Columbus seeking advice and care. This has been a very rough time for the whole family. Please keep Shellie and those who love and support her in your prayers.

The Poker Run for Shellie will be held on Saturday, October 12. To make the flyer in the right corner larger, click on it. You can then print it out.

The Poker Run will begin with registration at C & A Harley Davidson, 7610 Commerce Place in Plain City at 10 am. Registration is $20 per person and includes the ride, hog roast, and admission to hear four bands play at Lee’s Sports and Spirits in Plain City. The first bikes will head to Lucky’s Grill and Sports Pub in Marysville at 11 am. The final bikes will leave at noon. Cars are also welcome.

There are six stops on the run, which will end at Lee’s.  The run will leave Lucky’s Grill and Sports Pub and head to Yummy’s Bar and Grill in Milford Center (second stop). The third stop is Braken’s Pub in Urbana. Fourth Stop is Village Inn Tavern in Mechanicsburg. The fifth stop, before heading back to Lee’s, is Oak Grove in Galloway.

If you are not taking part in the poker run, the cost is $10 per person or $15 per couple for food and to hear the bands. There will also be a benefit auction, raffles, and a corn hole tournament.

The four bands playing will include Karma 10The Charlie Tatman Band, Ron Keel, and Stay Tun’d.

There is also a Shellie L. Huff Cancer Fund set up at Richwood Bank, 601 West Main Street, in Plain City to help Shellie and her family with Shellie’s struggle with cancer. Anyone can stop in to Richwood Bank and make a donation for Shellie. If you cannot take part in the Poker Run, please consider stopping at Richwood to support the Huff family.

Keep up with everything concerning the benefit for Shellie on Facebook HERE.