LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- The "Putt Putt Pub Crawl" returned to the River Market for the second year.
It was put on by United Cerebral Palsy and it combined mini-golf and beer for a fun fundraiser. Nine bars or restaurants laid out putt-putt holes and 66 teams took turns making the rounds. It's a unique way to help the UCP.
“We raised about $7000, which is great, but really what we really like to do is kind of get our name out there. We get a chance to tell people 'hey, we're in the community, this is what we're doing. These are our programs,’” said United Cerebral Palsy of Arkansas Events Coordinator Haley Klein.
The UCP helps almost 500 adults and children across the state.