Gallery: Victory Motors Cancer Drive Casino Night |

Gallery: Victory Motors Cancer Drive Casino Night

Denver Broncos legend Rick Upchurch hopes for good cards during a game of blackjack Saturday as part of the gala event and Casino Night at Clarion Inn & Suites as part of the fourth annual Victory Motors Cancer Drive. Upchurch, battling chronic myeloid leukemia, has been a big part of the fundraiser.
Andy Bockelman

A Saturday night gala event at Clarion Inn & Suites concluded the fourth annual Victory Motors Cancer Drive.

The fundraiser for Moffat County Cancer Society included gaming tables, hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and a silent auction complete with sports and entertainment memorabilia.

The week-long event also featured a football camp, golf tournament, bowling night, wine and cheese tasting, fishing derby and more, growing from previous years.

“The thing about having more days is we wanted to move from having really kid-focused to trying to have something the whole community can share,” said Victory Motors co-owner Steve Maneotis.

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