12th Annual Black and Blue Ball and 66th Poker Ride for the Cure

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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – The Utah Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) presented the 12th annual Black and Blue Ball on Friday at the Grand America Hotel.

The event included a live and silent auction to raise proceeds for MDA. The owner of Intermountain Harley Davidson, Joe Timmons, MDA Utah families, and other sponsors attended the event.

Intermountain Harley-Davidson dealerships also hosted the 66th annual Poker Ride for the Cure on Saturday. Event participants received a commemorative poker chip and lunch.  

Participant riders rode from 2928 South State Street up to Willow Park in Logan with stops along the way in Ogden.

The money raised will be helping the MDA by sending kids ages 8 to 17 suffering from the neuromuscular disease attend to MDA summer camp in June.

MDA summer camp was created for kids with neuromuscular disease to have fun, make memories and friends while building their confidence.

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