TAMARA Bartram has held many and varied events as part of this year's Ambassador Quest, but there's one particular one that has her revved up.
Miss Bartram will be holding a poker run on Saturday and, with the weather looking fine after this week's rain, there's no reason not jump on a bike or get behind the wheel and be part of the fun.
The poker run will take off from the Leeton and District Bowling Club at 10.30am, with registrations being taken from 9am.
Stops along the way and the route of the run are a mystery, with the locations something even Miss Bartram isn't privy to.
"I'm really excited about it ... my committee have been part of the quest before and have held a poker run in the past, so we thought it would be a great idea to do it again," she said.
"The Leeton Motorcycle Club are on board, which is just fantastic. They have been so helpful.
"We'd love for as many people as possible to be part of it.
"It's going to be a really great day."
There will be plenty of fun along the way, with the ride to return to the L&D at its completion where live entertainment will be provided by the band Jack's Hit, with raffles to also help the fundraising keep ticking over.
Those that can't make the ride have been invited to head along to the celebrations afterwards.
Miss Bartram's fundraising has already included events such as trivia nights, barefoot bowls, street stalls and charity bingo.
She still has several of her big-ticket items remaining, including a day on the green on March 28 and a huge seafood luncheon on Good Friday.
Today she'll be holding her final street stall in Pine Avenue.
"I've really loved the whole experience so far," Miss Bartram said.
"Just getting to know the community more and meeting so many people. "
"Everyone has been so supportive."
The poker run will be $25 per hand. The best hand will win $300 and $100 will go to second place.
Miss Bartram is raising funds for Leeton Can Assist as her charity.