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Participants in last year's poker run launch from Rondack Roots Marina on Lakeside Drive in Mayfield. (Photo submitted)


Hospice announces regatta party

Sunday, July 13, 2014 - Updated: 2:56 PM

GLOVERSVILLE -- Mountain Valley Hospice and the Mayfield Yacht Club will hold the Fourth Annual Charity Cup Regatta Party, Sailing Regatta and Poker Run for Hospice Saturday, July 26.

This year's Regatta Party will be held at The Inn at the Bridge in Northville; a DJ will be live on location. There will be a Silent Auction and raffles in addition to the presentation of awards from the day's events, which include the Sailing Regatta and Poker Run.

Tickets are $25 each. They can be purchased through Rondack Roots Marina (518-613-4366) or Mountain Valley Hospice (518-725-4545) and on the hospice website at

Come for a 'Poker Run' beginning at Rondack Roots Marina Lakeside Drive in Mayfield from 1-4 p.m. This leisurely run for boats 15 feet and under (including canoes and kayaks) has five stops where one can pay to upgrade a hand.

The first place team will receive a kayak donated by Adirondack Kayak Warehouse. Personal flotation devices are required and children under age 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

Registration for the Poker Run costs $20 per vessel and can be done through Rondack Roots Marina or on the hospice website.

Skippers who would like to participate in the Fourth Annual Sailing Regatta on the Great Sacandaga Lake can visit the Mayfield Yacht Club website for information and registration details at

All proceeds from this event go to further the mission of Mountain Valley Hospice: to provide hospice care to patients and families in Fulton, Hamilton, Montgomery and Saratoga counties.


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