Downtown Casper Business Association Hosts St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl


CASPER, Wyoming (Wyoming News Now) — The Downtown Casper Business Association is hosting its second St. Patrick’s Day pub crawl. The event will include a raffle and donate the money raised to the DPC Family Support Network.

The CPD Family Support Network was created in response to the death of Constable Dundas in September 2021. The organization aims to serve Casper police officers and their families through mental health training opportunities and by providing d other resources.

“The welfare of officers can only go so far if they are not supported by their wives and family members,” said CPD Family Support Network contributor Annie Dundas.

The CPD Family Support Network is in its infancy, but is beginning to work towards its goals with the help and support of the Casper community.

The pub crawl will include six bars and pubs: The Office Bar and Grill, Blacktooth Brewery, Frosty’s Bar and Grill, Gaslight Social, Ramkota Spirits Lounge and Backwards Distilling Co.

Fifteen local retailers will also participate in the fundraiser and raffle: The Cadillac Cowgirl, Gear Up, Pink Lion Design Co., Screen Cycle, Fashion Crossroads, Donells Candies, Revive WYO, A Place for Passion, Rockstar Music, Toy Town, Jade Elephant Perles, The Wooden Derrick Cafe, Floral Rhino, WYO Shirt and Gift and Dab Hand.

Two prizes will be drawn. The grand prize is a one-night stay at the Lodge at Deadwood in South Dakota and wine. A merchant basket worth more than $500 will also be awarded to a winner.

Raffle tickets will be sold at participating locations for $3 each, they will also be included with merchandise or beverage purchases.

The DCBA is delighted to partner with the DPC Family Support Network through fundraising.

“I thought it was perfect that they were doing something that Casper is having a problem with and it’s great to see an organization outside of the police department working with people,” said the DCBA vice president, Christopher Sorge.

According to the CPD Family Support Network, the money from the pub crawl will help fund peer support training courses for families of police officers.

The pub crawl will last as long as businesses are open on St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday March 17.

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