Two Fun Events to Support Gulfside Hospice on February 23 in Zephyrhills
Saturday, Feb. 23 is sure to be a busy but fun-filled day in Pasco County with two community events to support Gulfside Hospice patients.
The organization’s 7th annual Hittin’ the Road for Hospice is scheduled to tour the county that morning, and then Main Street Zephyrhills will be rocking all night long with the Paulie Palooza music festival. Two events in one day, both raising money to support Gulfside Hospice.
Hittin’ the Road for Hospice, a motorcycle poker run, will start at Harley-Davidson of New Port Richey at 9 a.m.
Bikers will leave the first stop to travel throughout Pasco County, picking up poker cards along their way to the last stop and post-run celebration at the Fraternal Order of Eagles Zephyrhills #3752. There, the Wings & Wheels Award will be given to the top fundraising club, and bikers can enjoy in prize drawings, 50/50, music and more.
Just down the street, the 8th annual Paulie Palooza music festival will start at noon and rock until 9 p.m. on Main Street in Zephyrhills, featuring live music, vendors, auction items and a “wet zone” in partnership with the street’s local brewery and bars.
More information and registration for both events are posted online at www.GHPPC.org.
For vendor and sponsor information about these events, please contact Leesa Fryer at 727-845-5707 or [email protected].
About Gulfside Hospice:
Gulfside Hospice & Pasco Palliative Care, established as a nonprofit corporation in Pasco County in 1988 and initially licensed in 1989, serves more than 400 hospice patients and more than 100 palliative patients daily. Gulfside is the only hospice that serves Pasco County exclusively and was the first hospice in Pasco to receive The Joint Commission’s Seal of Approval Accreditation. For more information about Gulfside Hospice, call 800-561-4883 or visit www.GHPPC.org.