Cruise for kids in Eagle
August 19, 2010
EAGLE, Colorado – On Saturday some of Eagle’s most popular restaurants will partner to help raise money for Roundup River Ranch, a camp for children with life-threatening illnesses. Erin Seabury and Sue Ann Peck, longtime supporters of the organization, teamed up to organize the cruiser wine tour and fundraiser.
“This is a great way to have fun and help us send a child with a life-threatening illness to camp,” says Karin Weber, vice chairman of the board of directors of Roundup River Ranch. “We are so thankful to our volunteers and participating restaurants for their support.”
The fun kicks off at 5 p.m. at Luigi’s Pasta House; at 6 p.m. the tour moves to Paradigm’s, then on to Broadway Bistro at 7p.m. It concludes at Fusion! Cafe at 8 p.m. with a karaoke party. Attendees can ride their bike or drive between the restaurants. Each restaurant will offer wine and small plates for $10. The entry fee is $10 for event-day registration. Advance registration is available at everyday outfitters, Luigi’s Pasta House and Fusion! Cafe.
For more information about this event, call 970-390-8678 or visit townofeagle.com.
Roundup River Ranch will provide free, year-round camp experiences with appropriate medical care that are fun, safe, and empowering to children with life-threatening illnesses from Colorado, the Rocky Mountain Region and beyond. Hundreds of children coping with cancer, blood disorders, organ transplants, and other serious medical conditions and illnesses will benefit from Roundup River Ranch’s programs annually. Roundup River Ranch is located in Gypsum along the Colorado River.
For more information on the camp visit http://www.RoundupRiverRanch.org.