2nd Annual Action Associates and Multi-County Youth Services Poker Run (Update)

First Bank & Trust

The Action Associates and Multi-County Youth Services Poker Run was deemed a success.  Registration was a little lower than expected but everyone had a great time.  The ride was great, the food was great and everyone enjoyed listening to the live band, the Tailgators.  High hand was won by Claudio Elizondo and low hand was won by Kenny Smith.  Each of these winners donated their winnings to Action Associates and Multi-County Youth Services.  Congratulations guys and thank you for your support.

The poker run was approximately 240 miles and the weather was great.  It was a little hot, but it was a very enjoyable ride.  Thank you to all who registered for this event.

A big thank you goes to the employees of First Bank and Trust Company, Multi-County Youth Services and Action Associates, Inc. who helped out with the poker run who did everything from setting up the check points, cooking hamburgers, setting up and tearing down and collecting donations from various merchants.

A huge thank you goes to local merchants and individuals who donated items or cash to this event.  Your support is greatly appreciated.  Merchants who donated door prizes, cash or silent auction items were: First Bank and Trust Company, Clinton NAPA Auto Parts, Ace Hardware, O’Reilly’s Auto Parts, Moser Auto Supply, Adam’s Edge, The Bronze Buckle, Cafe Clinton/Gift Gallery, Jones Motorcycle Company, Seth Adams, State Beauty Supply, Salisbury Pharmacy, SPC Office Supply, SportChassis, Homeland, United Supermarket, Pepsi of Clinton, Ready Ice, Aaron’s Barbershop, S & D Drug, Acme Brick Park, Security Finance, Sonic, Beau Lee Men’s Apparel, Mane Street Lions Den, CJ’s Tire, Schlegel’s Quick Lube, Pizza Hut, Midwest Motor Sports, Clinton Daily News, Big Slicks, Grand Rental Station, Rother Brothers, Western Equipment, Right Here Stop, Main Street Pizza, Shorty Baumans, Roseann Coffman-Davis, Erv’s Quik Serve, Grace Living Centers, Baldo Torres, Quick Shop Clinton, Paul’s Barber Shop and Frito-Lay.

Next year’s poker run will be in the works soon.  The poker run was sponsored by First Bank and Trust Company, First in Name—First in Service.