Zombie crawl benefits youth
November 1, 2011
On Oct. 22, Sierra Nevada No. 730 led nearly 40 zombies of Douglas County through the town of Gardnerville on a Zombie Crawl.
The outbreak began at Buckaroos Saloon and crawled toward The French Bar, Overland, JT’s, and eventually landed at Sharkey’s.
Along with the crawl there was a poker run, 50/50 raffle and costume contest. Their brother club – Carson Valley No. 85 – judged the costume contest, which was won by Duane Dougherty of Reno.
Proceeds from the Zombie Crawl will benefit the special needs children in Douglas County.
Active 20-30 International is a non-profit organization providing young adults with an opportunity to make a difference in the life of special needs children in their communities.
The Sierra Nevada Women’s Active 20-30 Club No. 730 provides young women between the ages of 20 and 39 the forum and tools to positively affect underprivileged children in Douglas County.
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Sierra Nevada women support such agencies as Austin’s House, Backpack Buddies, the Boys & Girls Club of Carson Valley, the Family Support Council, Kids & Horses and other organizations with a priority in assisting special needs children.
For information on the event or becoming a volunteer with Active 20-30, visit http://www.sierranv2030.org, or call 783-8676.