Old Joe Club

Old Joe Club
Celebrates Quarter Century

Welcome to our 25th Anniversary Men's Night Out.

The 25th Annual Men's Night Out
Friday, February 1, 2019
Pike Run Country Club

The 25th Annual Men's Night Out will be held on Friday, February 1, 2019 at Pike Run. It is absolutely remarkable what the Old Joe's have done in the previous 24 years to help the community. This year's event will be a special celebration of our reaching 25 years of service benefitting local 501C3 charities.

Notice:

Because of the popularity of this event, and each year, being sold out, the OJC committee is asking all guests that would like to attend and guarantee placement, to respond by December 31, 2108. A check must accompany your reservation and will be your confirmation.

Old Joe Club Charities Charities Member Registration Fee is $1000 and includes:

  • Overnight Accommodations
  • Lunch
  • Trap Shooting
  • Cocktails and Hors d'Oeuvres
  • Dinner
  • Wine
  • Cigars
  • Pike Run Breakfast
  • Commemorative Hat
  • 25th Anniversary Gift

Schedule of Events

10:00AM - 5:30PM - Registration
10:00AM - 3:00PM - Trap Shooting
11:30AM - 1:30PM - Lunch at the Shooting Lodge
3:00PM - 5:00PM - Grill-Complimentary Happy Hours
3:30PM - Annie Oakley Competition
5:00PM - Drink and Hors d'Oeuvres
7:00PM - Dinner
8:00PM - Mountain Auction
Saturday Morning - Breakfast 

Old Joe Club MembersOld Joe Club members
Grants from the Old Joe Club

Old Joe Club Charities, Inc.

Video of 2016 22nd Anniversary. Photos by Scott Turer.
Video made by Impressions Photography

Brandon Rumgaugh and Service companion, "Sam".

Brandon Rumgaugh and Service companion, “Sam”


Sam is one of two service dogs that were purchased by the Old Joe Club for the 24-7 Battle Buddies Program of David Feherty's Troops First Foundation.

On Nov. 29, 2010, Corporal Rumbaugh had just returned to an outpost from a combat patrol with the 1st Battalion, 8th Marines, and was responding to the scene of an improvised explosive device (IED) blast involving one of his good friends outside the compound in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Carrying a stretcher, and rushing with his team to aid the injured Marine, Brandon stepped on a second IED resulting in the traumatic amputations of his right leg at the hip and his left leg below the knee.

24-7 Battle Buddies is a service dog program that matches canines to wounded military Veterans who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Each 24-7 Battle Buddy is carefully selected for their partner. The training is then specific to the Warrior's needs and intended to assist in successfully navigating everyday life.

The second service dog, is currently being trained and will be united with a local wounded vet as soon as his training is complete.

 

 

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