The JCHC Family Bicycle Ride and Poker Run was financed in part by a grant from the Community Conservation Partnerships Program Environmental Stewardship Fund under the administration of the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Recreation and Conservation, and administered through the Pennsylvania Environmental Council’s September Trails Celebration Mini Grant Program.
Kids Highest - Piper Hoover (Foreground)
Best Hand Winner - Tim Christie
JCHC Family Bicycle Poker Run Event a Huge Success
A BIG Thank You to all participants and volunteers in the 1st Annual JCHC Family Bicycle Poker Run from Brookville to Summerville on the Redbank Rails to Trails. We had 50 adult riders and 20 kids ages 6-15, all having a great time. We also had lots of food at the picnic at end of the ride in Summerville. The Tacos were more popular than the hotdogs!
Adult prize for best hand was a Trek cycling computer compliments of Planet Bike in DuBois, a gift certificate for a free tune-up from Clarion Bike & Outdoor, a free JCHC membership and a mini-combo bicycle light set. Prize for worst hand was a JCHC Scripture Rocks Park water bottle, a gift certificate for a tune-up from Mudbeard Bikes & Boards in Ridgeway, a free JCHC membership and a mini-combo bicycle light set.
Teen prizes included a backpack/water bottle set from DeMans Team Sports, and a Moonlight Drive-In package. Kids prizes, compliments of Planet Bike again, were kids’ bicycle bells sporting designs of ice cream cones, happy faces, etc., hot dog coupons, and Pittsburgh Zoo tickets from the Jeffersonian Democrat.
Adult Best Hand: Tim Christie, Falls Creek
Adult Worst Hand: Lynda Rittle, Annville, Lebanon County (Barry and Lynda were also the riders who traveled the farthest to this event!)
Teen Highest Number: Cole Javens, Reynoldsville
Teen Lowest Number: We didn’t have one!
Kids Highest Number: Piper Hoover, Clarion
Kids Lowest Number: Lily Adamson, Brookville
All of you helped make this a fun event and a huge
fundraising success for the History Center. You can look forward to an even bigger and better 2nd Annual Bicycle
Poker Run next September!