Show at Goat tonight benefits hurt skier |

Show at Goat tonight benefits hurt skier


KEYSTONE – The Goat in Keystone will host a benefit show tonight for Nick Bleser, who was hurt skiing on March 25, with live music by The Big Slick. Bleser broke his neck and became partially paralyzed in what witness and friend Dan Hansen called a freak accident. A Wisconsin resident, Bleser will spend the next three months in rehabilitation at the Craig Hospital in Englewood. Hansen will be asking for $10 donations at the door. For those who can’t make it, but would like to make a donation, contact Hansen at (970) 333-0249. Checks can be made payable to Bleser’s mom, Linda Bleser, who is staying with her son at the hospital. The show will start at 8:30 p.m. and there will also be a raffle drawing.

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