The Bucks County Heroes Scholarship Fund is hosting an Ax Throwing Fundraiser on Thursday, Oct. 17 from 6 to 9 p.m. to benefit the children of fallen and disabled first responders.
Amanda Hasaka is helping lead the event and said they hope ax throwing is unique enough to bring people out.
“We’ve already had a lot of people saying ‘it sounds great,’ ‘we can’t wait,’ ‘it should be fun,’ ‘its different,'” Hasaka said. “So, I’m hoping we have a great turn out.”
To lighten the mood even further, the establishment is BYOB. Hasaka reassured this news organization that supervisors will make sure everything is safe and fun.
“They only allow mainly beer or wine coolers, not mixing drinks or anything like that,” Hasaka said. “If they see anything gets out of hand they put the drinking to a stop, but when they come in they train you. They show you the correct way to handle the axes and how to throw and you know they’re definitely all about safety.”
This fundraiser will take place at Betty Borden’s House of Whacks in Doylestown. Admission will be $40 per person.