Ferndale Pub Crawl raises $12,000

By |2005-09-22T09:00:00-04:00September 22nd, 2005|News|

FERNDALE – Checks totaling $12,000 were presented on Sept. 12 at the Ferndale City Council meeting by the Annual Ferndale Pub Crawl committee to three area charities. The Ferndale Historical Society and the Ferndale Auxiliary Police each received checks for $3,000, and the Midwest AIDS Prevention Project got $6,000 from the group that organizes the annual pub crawl event.
The Ferndale Pub Crawl is held the last Friday of July in downtown Ferndale. This year, a record crowd of over 1,100 participants paid a nine dollar fee to join a walking tour of eighteen nightclubs, bars, and restaurants. Sponsors and the clubs themselves also contribute to the fund.

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