Arvada Elks hold fundraiser to benefit Olde Town shooting victims

Fallen Hero Fundraiser raises $15,000

Photos by Ryan Dunn
Posted 7/19/21

The Arvada Elks Lodge held a fundraising event on Saturday, July 17 at their Yukon Street Lodge. The event, dubbed the Fallen Hero Fundraiser, was attended by over 250 people and raised $15,000 for …

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Arvada Elks hold fundraiser to benefit Olde Town shooting victims

Fallen Hero Fundraiser raises $15,000

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The Arvada Elks Lodge held a fundraising event on Saturday, July 17 at their Yukon Street Lodge. The event, dubbed the Fallen Hero Fundraiser, was attended by over 250 people and raised $15,000 for the families of Johnny Hurley and Officer Gordon Beesley, who were killed in the June 21 Olde Town shooting.

The fundraiser was staffed by volunteers and included food, drinks and live music. Proceeds went to the Colorado Fallen Hero Foundation and the Hurley family GoFundMe.

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