March has come in like a Lion so let's keep the roaring going. Cancer affects nearly everyone at some point in life. Self to family to friends, rare for one to say that "I do not know anyone that's had or been affected by cancer." With that on our minds, the "Community Kicking Cancer" nonprofit, a 501C organization is one that should be on everyone's radar.

This Saturday, March 4th, 2023 wear your BEST St. Patty's Gear. We wait all year for that time of year to celebrate St. Patty's as we know just around the corner is spring.


WHEN: Saturday, March 4h.

FEE: $10 entry fee gets you a free drink at EACH stop.

TRANSPORTATION: Platinium Limousine will be providing bus transportation between bars.Heck Yay - No drunk driving. Keeping all safe. ENJOY RESPONSIBLY.

START & REGISTRATION: 2-2:30pm CST at the Broken Oar

STOP 1: 3:30 - 5:00pm CST at Lonesome Dove

STOP 2: 5:00 - 6pm CST at The Drink

FINISH: 7:00pm CST at the Broken Oar with Prize Drawings.

Wear your green. Bring your friends. Bring your family. Enjoy a fun Saturday helping those in need. All proceeds go to the "Community Kicking Cancer.'


The Community Kicking Cancer is a nonprofit that focuses on helping those individuals fighting cancer that live in remote, rural areas in southwestern North Dakota. The treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation treatments and ongoing oncology appointments are an expense that is staggering on top of just the cost of treatments themselves. The fuel for the miles traveled, often well over 100-200 miles one way, then paired with hotel accommodations needed to meet appointment times add to expenses that are hard to imagine for many that do not live in remote Rural America. This is where "Community Kicking Cancer" is stepping in to help. They aid cancer patients with gas cards, hotel assistance, and by making special items such as comfort blankets for persons dealing with cancer and receiving chemotherapy treatments, as just a few examples.



Community Kicking Cancer needs your help too. If you know of someone diagnosed with cancer and will be traveling the distance, needing assistance. They want you to let them know who or how they can help those people in southwestern North Dakota. Contact the group by CLICK HERE for their Facebook Page, or reach out by contacting Glenda Gross at 701.422.3784. Donations are greatly appreciated, and this is a registered nonprofit.

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