Our 7th Annual Red Dress Run Charity event will be an epic pub crawl. We are planning on rolling through downtown Coeur d Alene and are reaching out to at least 7 locations to see about drink specials and such.
in addition to our pub crawl members of CDAH3 will also be hosting two other events that you are all welcome to attend. On Thursday night we will be holding a dress exchange/rental party. There will be libations on hand but you may want to byod just in case. Then on Friday night we are all wearing camo to go watch an amazing band, LDW, in Spokane. Both events are posted on this page.
Our goal will be to donate 100% of all proceeds to our chosen charity and for that reason we are only asking for a 10 dollar donation to participate. Every dollar of your donation will be given back to the charity.
Since we are focusing on raising the most money this year, you will need to bring cash for pub stops. In addition to the pub stops we will have at least one beer stop and shot stop which will be paid for by the CDAH3. We will mostly be in downtown CDA but will also hit some shiggy and the lake to cool off on a hot August day.
No swag will be available this year as we try to maximize our donation. Again, every dollar taken in will be donated. As always, we will be glad to accept as much as you are willing to give and we will solicit donations as we wind our way through beautiful Coeur d Alene.
This year our local cause will be raising money for a local teenager that was very nearly killed in a vehicle vs pedestrian accident. Nicholas Eloe is a local hockey player known to many in the community. On July 21st Nick was going to pick up something he’s been dreaming of…his first ever fishing boat. Well, he got his dream come true, however on the way home he and his dad stopped along the road side because Nick saw some debris in the middle of the road.
While attempting to retrieve the debris, he was hit by a pickup truck doing over 50 miles an hour while his dad was in the pickup truck.
His dad performed much needed first-aid at the scene but life flight was called in to transport him over 40 miles to sacred heart hospital in Spokane.