Showcasing donations of gift certificates and wares from countless local businesses, as well as hand-made items from local artists and derby skaters, the auction raised over $3K for Nina and her family. Blue Cross RiverRink generously donated 100% of their door sales to PRD’s efforts, as well, making the event a complete success!
Nina was an integral skater for Philly Roller Derby, as a Hostile City Honey, then as a Broad Street Butcher, as well as part of the first Liberty Belles All-Star team. She was also an integral member of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association, and served as a liaison for the league for many years. In the sea of skaters donning their former uniforms, she and her family were beloved guests of honor.
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Thank you to all the generous donors, and a special thanks to alumni Butterscotch Cripple and Dotti Horror for their tireless efforts in making the event a success.