Well we had the Ride For Kids event this weekend and it'll definitely put a smile on your face!
Saturday a bunch from our chapter went up to help set up the chairs, put the tables in place, stuff lunch bags, and do anything else that we could help with. There were folks from other chapters up there too. Then off to have supper and rest.
Sunday BF and I were at the start point early to help with what we could and to ride one of the STARS, a survivor of a brain tumor, to the end point in the No. Ga. mtns. It was probably about an 80 mile ride. The STARS each answer a few questions about what they've been doing this past year and they also draw for the prizes that have been donated. You pick up your sack lunch and bbq sandwich before you sit down. The number of m/c's has really dropped over the last few years but we're still thankful for those who did make it.
So here are the numbers:
donation goal: $125,000
We have one young lady who is a 20 yr survivor who has completed her college, has a job, and has bought a house. This is the hope for all of them but unfortunately not all do. The moneies go to research but the foundation also supports with scholarships, training, and help the family as needed.
There are RFK, Ride for Kids, events all over the states and are at different times of the year.
HAVE A SAFE RIDE!
YOU CAN'T PUT IT ON WHEN YOU'RE GOING DOWN
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ATGATT W/ POLICE STYLE SAFETY VEST