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Dodggy Balls Hash

June 13, 2015, 10:00am

Liberty Middle School 281 Dock Murphy Dr, Madison, Alabama 35758

Team Up For Ansley Dodgeball Tournament This is from the Team Up For Ansley event: (This event is to raise funds for the family of Ansley Abigail Smith who was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma on April 1, 2014. She and her parents have been at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital since then. All funds will go directly to Cassie and JR Smith for their ongoing needs.) Let's all show up at Liberty Middle School at 10am to compete for Ansley Smith who has been battling juvenile cancer since April of 2014. She and her parents have been living at St. Jude's Research Hospital since her diagnosis. Teams will be made of 6 to 10 people and entry fee is $100 per team. All the proceeds go directly to Ansley's parents to help cover the family's needs. If we can put together a couple of teams we could have a lot of fun and help out a really nice family. The Dodgeball portion of this is definitely kid friendly, so if any of you parents are interested in bringing kids to play that's cool too. Kyle Andrew Stone will plan a trail for after if we have enough interest. Comment on this event or the Huntsville Hash House Harriers (RSH3) page if you are interested in either the dodge ball or a trail after. Or message Kyle.

Protect Yo Junk!

July 25, 2015, 2:00pm

Rocket Shitty, Huntsville, Alabama 35801

Hares StD and DiK. Rest of details TBD and subject to change.

St. Jude Walk/Run & F**k Cancer Hash

September 26, 2015, 12:00am

Hares: FU and MILA Location: TBD Time: TBD Part 1: Annual fundraiser for pediatric cancer treatment and research. Past events have been in the morning but we're awaiting an official schedule. Expect food and non-adult beverages inside, hasher potluck outside. Rego online (min $10) at http://walkrun.stjude.org/rocketshiggy Part 2: F**k Cancer Hash - circle up after the charity r*n/walk, probably around noon. Hash cash: $5 Trail: TBD Theme: Wear your best survivor and/or medical attire, and tell cancer to go f**k itself.