The skills sessions are over, tackling college jocks is done, and with the spring season complete, the Atlanta Bucks turned their attention to some off-season fun and fundraising on Friday.
The gay rugby squad hosted its inaugural First Friday Bucks Party at the Heretic. It was a music-filled, wings eating and beer drinking evening of fun to help the club raise funds as it prepares for the Bingham Cup in June. After all, they are pretty good at hosting beer busts.
Up next for the Bucks: Their annual Purple Dress Run fundraiser on April 21.
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