In Photos: 5th Annual Jeep Jam Poker Run Rides To Most Successful Year Yet

The Windsor Jeep Club’s 5th Annual Jeep Jam Poker Run in support of Assisted Living Southwestern Ontario brain injury programs took place on Sunday, September 30, 2018.

Dozens of Jeeps travelled through Windsor Essex in a convoy turning heads wherever they went. Participants collected cards at five different stops along the way starting from Malden Park. An after party took place when everyone returned to Malden Park featuring Jeep Team Games, a BBQ and scenic trails and park land. The Team Challenge, new this year, was added to the event and was a big success.

This year’s event raised over $18.582 with more donations still coming in. This was the best year yet for donations raising nearly $4,000 more than last year.

100% of the funds raised will stay local in our community and will be directed to Assisted Living Southwestern Ontario’s (A.L.S.O) Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) programs and services.

For more information about the annual Jeep Jam Poker Run visit https://www.facebook.com/Windsorjeepjamboree/

 

Jeep Jam Poker Run Windsor

Jeep Jam Poker Run Windsor

Jeep Jam Poker Run Windsor

Jeep Jam Poker Run Windsor

Jeep Jam Poker Run Windsor

Jeep Jam Poker Run WindsorJeep Jam Poker Run Windsor

Jeep Jam Poker Run Windsor

Jeep Jam Poker Run Windsor

Jeep Jam Poker Run Windsor

Jeep Jam Poker Run Windsor

Photojournalist Noah GecelovskyPhotos by Noah Gecelovsky

Noah Gecelovsky is a young photojournalist and St. Clair College journalism program graduate. He has covered events across Windsor-Essex County for the college’s Scene Magazine and the MediaPlex. As a freelance photographer, he has shot bands in cities across Southwestern Ontario and Michigan. When on the opposite of the camera lens, Noah is the talented drummer of Blues rock band, The Dead River Kings. Since 2017, Noah has offered freelance photography services as Raging Bull Photography which can be found on Facebook and Instagram.

 

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