Tami Clark Fundraiser Poker Run

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If you are free on Sunday Sept. 30, there is a fundraiser scheduled for Tami Clark to help pay medical bills after she was in a boating accident. I have provided all of the event details as the event heads to one of my favorite places on Bethel Island, the Rusty Porthole.

You can join the event by visiting https://www.facebook.com/events/413906908659091/

  • Tami Clark Poker Run Fundraiser:
    September 30th
    Check in time: 8am Last registration 1130am
    Prepay fee: $20 at Wild Orchids Same Day Sign up $25 at Silver Knight

    Bars on Route:
    1. Sign ups: Silver Knight – Pittsburg
    2. 19th Hole – Antioch
    3. Mutiny – Antioch
    4. Red Caboose – Antioch
    5. Final Stop: Rusty Porthole – Bethel Island

    At Final Stop:
    Live Music by – Stealin’ Covers featuring Lorie Lee Sierra (will start playing at noon)
    DJ Music by – DJ Flip
    MC: which is me Scott from JokerzBluez Entertainment
    Karaoke InDoors at 7pm to close

    Bikini Contest by – Jennifer Hicks 4 to 5pm
    BBQ Food on Deck – Food comes with Poker Run Ticket
    BBQ also available to public and portion goes to Fundraiser
    Raffle Tickets – 50/50 Contest – and other Prizes

    Bikes and Cars are welcome on the Poker Run.
    Also anyone can come to the Rusty Porthole and support the run there, without doing poker run.

    3895 Willow Road, Bethel Island, California 94511

On August 12th, 2012, while out on the delta with her husband and 3 year old daughter Natalee, Tami Clark was in a boating accident. They were going down Franks Track and hit a rock under the water. It threw Tami and her daughter to shore. NO alcohol at all involved. She was thrown from the boat, onto the levee, with her daughter Natalee in her arms. Both mother and daughter were airlifted to the nearest trauma center. Tami took the brunt of the impact, and suffered 3 broken vertebrae in her neck, brain trauma including swelling and bleeding, a fractured pelvis, 3 broken vertebrae in her lower back and multiple broken bones in her lower extremities. Natalee escaped with a laceration above her eyebrow which required 15 stitches, bumps and bruises. In the meantime Tami has already had brain surgery, neck surgery and other surgeries to repair the damage that was done. Although her injuries were extensive and still require a lengthy recovery in the hospital and at home, Tami is as positive as ever and thankful to be alive. Unfortunately the medical bills are piling up for Tami and her family.

Tami is a hair dresser at Wild Orchids Salon in Antioch.

At this time, Tami is receiving NO income and does not have health benefits. Like most hair dressers, she will not receive disability, workman’s comp or unemployment.


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