By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
For those who love to ride motorcycles, there is no better feeling than being able to ride their bike for a good cause. There will be a poker run held for Kase “Kaseman” Powell in Havana on Sunday, November 13. The event is being called the Kaseman Biker Poker Run Fundraiser.
Kaseman is a 22-month old suffering from a brain tumor and cancer. Currently, Kaseman is receiving chemotherapy treatments to battle his cancer. This is no minor battle, and chemotherapy is not cheap. So the Powell family is asking for the support of those who are willing to help.
All bikes will be out by 10:30 a.m. The riding route will begin at the Subway in Havana, it will wind its way to the Whippoorwill Landing on Lake Talquin, Hobbit Hoagies in Hinson, K&K Lounge on Lake Lamonia and conclude at the Shuckers Half-Shell Oyster Bar on Lake Jackson.
There will be a live band performing at Shuckers following the run to welcome riders. There will also be door prizes and a 50/50 raffle drawing. The last bike will be in by 2:30 p.m.
For those who don’t enjoy riding, there is still opportunity to donate to the cause. Sponsorships are available with recognition before and after the poker run. Those wishing to donate can donate at one of three levels: Silver, $50, Gold, $100 or Platinum $250. Sponsorship checks can be mailed to GDRA P.O. Box 11026 Tallahassee, FL 32302.
For more information on the Kaseman Biker Poker Run or to learn more about Kaseman and his condition visit www.LittleKaseman.net. This event is being coordinated by Juan “Cool Man” Key and Davis “Dead Eye” Rogers.
They can be reached at (850) 681-0496 for more information.