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Caloosa Jeepers and the Fort Myers Miracle present:
The Second Annual
Jeep Night at the Ballpark!
Join us for a special night of Jeeps and baseball at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers on Friday, July 29th, 2016. Drive your Jeep in a parade on the field before the game, and watch the Fort Myers Miracle take on the Clearwater Thrashers. We will also be presenting our proceeds from Go Topless Day 2016 to Partners for Breast Cancer Care, so please come out to support our favorite charity with Wurx Four Wheel Drive and Lazy Springs.
Line up for the parade starts @ 6:00 pm
The game starts @ 7:05 pm
Tickets are $7.50. You can buy them online in the Caloosa Jeepers Store.
RSVP for the parade here (you will need to purchase tickets separately to attend the game).
Some of our favorite photos from Caloosa Jeepers’ 5th Annual Go Topless Day presented by Wurx Four Wheel Drive at Lazy Springs Recreation Park. Got some shots you’d like to share? Email a full resolution version to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The club’s trailer is equipped with an comprehensive medical kit by Adventure Medical Kits and is located inside the rear door on the upper left. This kit is the Sportsman Grizzly model and contains supplies to treat the most common injuries, including penetration wounds from bullets or arrows, fish hook removal, splinting fractures, and stopping severe bleeding. Most importantly, it includes a book “Comprehensive Guide to Wilderness & Travel Medicine” By Eric A. Weiss, M.D., the most up-to-date information on wilderness and travel medicine. It includes: “Weiss Advice” improvised techniques; “When to Worry” tips; 97 illustrations; recommended prescription medications; medical supplies for extended expeditions; and information on how to use the components of your Adventure Medical Kit.
Adventure Medical Kits assembles many different kits based on use and number of persons it can support and can be purchased online or at many sporting goods stores. This is just one example of a first aid kit available. A number of other kits are available online or in many retail stores that would suffice. Regardless if you put your own kit together or purchase one already assembled, make sure you know what you have in your kit and how to use it should an emergency arise.
We also carry a snakebite kit, bottled water, and a fire extinguisher in our trailer for emergency use. However, these do you little good unless the trailer is near the scene of an emergency. We highly recommend that all members carry some type of first aid kit and fire extinguisher in their Jeeps at all times.
There are many kits out there and many advanced items in them as well as many that are purely marketing ploys. Know how to use what you have and have the proper equipment for what you are trained to do. If you choose to make your own basic kit, here are some essential items to include:
Come join us for our 5th annual Go Topless Day on May 14, 2016 with proceeds to benefit Partners for Breast Cancer Care Inc., a local organization that provides mammograms and treatment to Lee County residents that may otherwise not be able to afford it.
Our day starts at Mission BBQ on US41 in South Fort Myers at 9:00 AM with registration and a breakfast buffet available for purchase. We continue on at 10:15 AM with a Jeep convoy through town to Lazy Springs Off Road Park on SR82 where there will be a fun-filled afternoon of music, food, and family friendly off-road fun.
Entrance into Lazy Springs for the day is $40 per Jeep + its passengers, non-Jeep spectators only $10 per person. Come on out and enjoy this fun-filled day all to raise money for a good cause!
RSVP and merchandise sales are now closed, but we will have merchandise for sale at Mission BBQ and Lazy Springs, and swag bags will be available to non-preregistered guests on a first-come-first-served basis.
(Registration is free. Admission to Lazy Springs will be paid at the entrance gate.)