Local President Brenda Hopson said half the funds will go to ESA’s main benevolent entity, St. Jude Children’s Cancer Research Hospital, and that the rest will be spread to entities that ESA supports in Rangely. Thirteen bikes with 16 riders entered the run, won by Brielle Harvey, above, bringing her $170. Money was also raised by selling raffle tickets for door prizes donated by area companies. The ride went to Craig via Meeker and then back to Rangely via Massadona. ESA members were present at the East End Park, which marked the end of the poker run. ESA held a barbecue for the riders as they returned.
RANGELY I It has been said that sincere kindness is given when no one is looking. Since 1929, the people associated with Epsilon Chi have been helping others and truly changing the world.
Dear Editor: Epsilon Sigma Alpha’s inaugural Poker Run was a success with $600 raised to benefit St. Jude’s and local charities. We would like to thank everyone who rode and made it a fun day.
RANGELY — Epsilon Chi chapter of ESA ended the year with an awards dinner for members at the home of Gail Palmer with Dorothy Collins as co-host.