Apple Fest- Happening Now

Apple Fest

Apple Fest Saturday, September 20, 2014 10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Come celebrate apples, cider, pies, and more food again this year with main-stage American Heritage musicians, vendors, down-home entertainment, orchards selling new and heirloom apples, hay wagon rides, children’s games and colonial re- enactors demonstrating old-time apple cooking and crafts.

Location:

Historic Bethabara Park

2147 Bethabara Road

Winston-Salem, NC

27106

Apple Fest crowd

  • Herr Kater and the Apple Tree Puppet Show
  • Triad Scottish Fiddlers and Friends
  • Hogway Speedway – The Official Racing Pigs – Sponsored by Mr. BBQ

Fried apple pies, apple cider and other apple products will be featured but the event will also offer much, much more. The crowds of around 9,000 people will also enjoy music, dancing, children’s games and activities, book signings, craft vendors, colonial re-enactors and more.

The day will consist of several music concerts as well as dancing by Pat Adkins and the South Fork Cloggers. Also, guests will be able to pick their winner at the “Hogway Speedway: The Official Racing Pigs.” Historical interpreters will demonstrate spinning, pottery, and basket making.

Apples from local orchards will be available for purchase along with a variety of food and drinks..

Admission is free but there will be a charge for crafts, food, and drinks

Main Stage Music 

10:30 – Adam Hurt & Beth Hartness
11:30 – Molasses Creek
12:30 – Company Store Band
  1:30 – Adam Hurt & Beth Hartness
  2:30 – Molasses Creek
  3:30 – Company Store Band

These are the participants for this years event:

Anna’s Sweet Treats
Cindy Poindexter Baskets
Creasman Farms
Dennis & Marie Nodine
Dewey’s Blue Ridge Ice Cream
Freedom Farm Soaps
Handcrafted Originals by Peri
Inga’s Apples
J’s Corn
KBL Art
Levering Orchard
Lumpy’s Ice Cream
Mrs. Pumpkins
Museum of Anthropology
Paddy’s Italian Ice
Pfafftown Animal Hospital
Rawhide rancher
Ricky Byerly
Shade Lane Apiary
Tin Creations
TLP Pottery
Woodcarving from Orchard Grove

Apple History at Bethabara Park

Bethabara is the 1753 site of the First Moravian settlement in North Carolina

When Moravians arrived in Bethabara in 1753, they almost immediately set about planting apple trees from seeds brought from Europe. According to records, it was recommended to plant six apple trees for every family member.

Within a few years, all the hills around the Park were filled with apple orchards. It is estimated between five and eight acres, according to the maps the Moravians kept.

Apples were among Bethabara’s biggest products, probably not far behind cattle. The settlers also probably traded grafts from apple trees to pioneers who passed through Bethabara on their way our west.

Historically, apples were a big part of American life. In the Piedmont, people mostly dried apples but the Moravians built root cellars where fresh apples could be kept for a long time.

Apples were used the same as today – dried apples in pies, apple cider to drink, as a side dish and as vinegar.

We celebrate Apple Festival with a tribute to the Moravian way of life on this day.

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2014 He Paid Your Fees Christian Junior Rodeo September 20th

2014 He Paid Your Fees Christian Junior Rodeo September 20th

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He Paid Your Fees Christian Junior Rodeo Sept. 20th, 2014 

Starts at 11am

*Check in will be from 8:30 to 10am on Saturday morning, Sept. 20th, NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. I’m sorry but the contestant has to be present at check in time. I know kids have alot of other things going on now days but I have to stick with this rule. We have over 400 kids enter this event so we have to keep a format or it would get out of hand. And the most important thing, kids have to be present for the church service.

*Dress code for contestants Long sleeve shirt, jeans, cowboy hat.

*You Must have a parent with you to sign a release, your parent has to show their license to prove they are you parent. You can not ride without your parent present unless you bring one of our releases that has been notarized with the official notary stamp . For a release email davisrodeo@jeromedavis.com

*Each contestant and each guest with them are ask to bring two cans of food for COATS -Community Outreach Archdale Trinity (The shelter we give this to really needs all the food they can get, their shelves are empty)

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All Around Champion Cowboy 2013 Keri Futrell.

2014 RODEO EVENTS
• Mutton Bustin 8 & under (80lbs or less)(Boys and Girls)
* Pony Bareback 7-10 yrs (80lbs or less)
• Calf Riding 9 – 11 yrs
• Junior Bull Riding 12 -15 yrs
• Senior Bull Riding 16 – 19 yrs
• Girls Goat Tying 12 -19 yrs
• Goat Undressing 11 & under (Boys and Girls)
• Chute Doggin
• Girls Breakaway
• Boys Breakaway
• Dummy Roping 11 & under (Boys and Girls)
• Team Roping (Boys and Girls)
• Pee Wee Barrels Girls 11 & Under
• Junior Barrels Girls 12 – 15 yrs
• Senior Barrels Girls 16 – 19 yrs

You may enter up to 3 events if you enter Team Roping twice then this will count as 2.Jerome DavisLocation: DAVIS RODEO RANCH

5667 Elmer Beeson Road Archdale, NC 27263

Camping is allowed Friday and Saturday night

Description: This is an open event anyone 19 & under can enter. There are no entry fees (Jesus Paid Them). Over 50 buckles given away plus 2 All-Around Saddles, Trophy Bronc Halters, Chaps, Leather Bible Covers, and more!

We ask everyone to please bring two cans of food to donate to COATS
Fun for all ages, FREE moonwalks & Games for kids!
Free Admission to everyone!!!!

Great Music & Church service with Special Guest Speakers!
Pass the word to all your churches & friends
Starts at 11am

Facebook: www.facebook.com/HePaidYourFeesOfArchdaleNc

Jerome Davis Official Website: www.jeromedavis.com

Jerome Davis on Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Jerome-Davis

PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Official Website: www.pbr.com

Triad Cowboy Church: www.triadcowboychurch.com

American Cowboy Website: http://www.americancowboy.com/home

Jim Cole in Concert-Churches Reach Out to Help Others

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  • When: Saturday, September 27, 2014
  • Where: Shallowford Square, Lewisville, NC.
  • Time: 6:00 pm

Over the years, Shallowford Square in Lewisville, NC has become a gathering place for family, friends and neighbors to enjoy plays, picnics and concerts. On September 27, 2014 at 6 pm, nationally-known Christian recording artist, Jim Cole will be in concert to benefit the Lewisville Community Assistance Program. “We at 89.3 WBFJ-FM are very excited to host this concert and welcome Jim Cole back to the area. Jim Cole sounds remarkably like James Taylor, so if you like JT, you’ll love Jim Cole. The concert is free, however, we encourage everyone to bring a non-perishable food item, plus a love offering will be received for the Lewisville Community Assistance Program,” said Kurt Myers, WBFJ-FM.

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The Lewisville Community Assistance Program provides food and financial aid to families in need in the Lewisville area and is supported by twelve churches from different denominations. Two local businesses and several churches are sponsoring the event: Hayworth-Miller Funeral Homes, Lewisville Drug Company, Lewisville UMC, Lewisville Baptist, Sunrise UMC, Generations Church, Westside Christian Church and Robinhood Road Baptist Church.

“I’m very grateful for the financial and prayer support from the community. This is going to be a great time for friends to gather and to help others in times of need. So it’s a win-win for everyone. Opening act will be Westside Worship from Westside Christian Church followed by Jim Cole. We will have food vendors offering hot dogs, popcorn, cotton candy, slushies, snow cones and more. We truly hope that this concert will build a sense of faith and encouragement to the community through the hope, love and saving grace of Jesus Christ,” commented Kurt.

The date of the concert is Saturday September 27, 2014 at 6:00 pm at Shallowford Square, Lewisville, NC.

The Lewisville Community Assistance Program (LCAP) is headquartered at Lewisville UMC and is supported by twelve local churches: Harmony Grove UMC, New Hope AME Zion Church, Lewisville Baptist, Concord UMC, Shallowford Presbyterian, Sharon UMC, Sunrise UMC, Union UMC, Shiloh Lutheran, Trinity Friends and Unity Moravian.

Story by- Carolyn Peterson http://www.forsythfamilymagazine.com/author/carolyn-peterson/

Website Links

www.wbfj.fm

www.jimcoleonline.com

www.raypublishing.org

www.triadfamilynetwork.org

www.forsythfamilymagazine.com

Triad Holiday Food Drive

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The Holiday Concerts sponsored by FOX8 and Old Dominion Freight Line have provided The Salvation Army with food to help feed those in need. Millions of cans of food have been collected since 1987.

This is the largest and most important food raising event of the year for The Salvation Army.  Last year, over 20,000 people where served.

For years, the Holiday Concerts have been held at the Greensboro Coliseum, Lawrence Joel Veteran Memorial and in Burlington and are a proven tradition offering quality holiday entertainment. The Concerts invite families to attend an evening of music provided by the Greensboro and Winston Salem Symphony’s.  The “cost” to attend is a can of food.

In recent years, the need in the TRIAD has exceeded the cans collections at the concerts.  That is why FOX8, Old Dominion Freight Line and  The Salvation Army are reaching out to local businesses to participate in an eight week campaign culminating with the Concerts  (Winston-Salem: December 13, Greensboro: December 14, Burlington: December 19).

How your business can help:

  • Create an internal food drive – asking employees to participate and in turn provide them with special incentives if they do.
  • Choose a period of time and ask your customers to donate canned food, offering them a discount if they do.
  • The goal of each participating business should be a minimum of 15,000 cans of food or at least $5,000 which The Salvation Army will use to purchase food (3 cans of food for every dollar collected).

Examples to consider:

  • A team building event- create teams internally – be creative, set a goal and the team with the most cans wins bragging rights and an incentive (vacation day?)
  • Top Dog for a Day.  Sell tickets internally to have the winner be the Leader of the business for a day.
  • A company wide bake sale (or if applicable open to the public)
  • A company wide yard sale (or if applicable open to the public)
  • Host a golf tournament
  • Wine tasting event
  • Sell raffles inside your company – the winner to receive prize of your choice
  • Host an Auction
  • For retail/quick serve restaurants – ask customers to bring in canned food for a discounted offer off their purchase, include a  donation box on counters.

Exposure for the Triad Holiday Food Drive and participating businesses:

  • FOX8 will include your business on the Triad Holiday Food Drive page housed on myFOX8.com (triadholidayfooddrive.com).  This will showcase each business participating in the Triad Holiday Food Drive and how they are helping to feed the needy in our community.
  • Turn Key for your business – The Salvation Army will drop off boxes and pick up from your business if required.
  • FOX8 will create multiple announcements encouraging businesses to participate, this message will run in high profile areas on FOX8.  In addition, FOX8 will include social media posts encouraging participation.  We will include the triadholidayfooddrive.com link in all pushes.
  • In addition to the exposure on the triadholidayfooddrive.com page, each business will receive exposure on myFOX8.com and with social media; highlighting your business and all participating businesses.
  • All participating businesses will be listed in the Holiday Concerts program.  Over 15,000 programs printed.
  • At the conclusion of the Holiday Concerts, FOX8 will create one message recognizing all participating businesses.  This message will air on FOX8 and Antenna TV during December and January.

Official Website: http://triadholidayfooddrive.com/

Fox 8 News: http://myfox8.com/2014/08/14/2014-triad-holiday-food-drive/

Smitty Notes for September

smittysnotesSeptember is here. So is a bevy of festivals and conferences for the fall months. Some have been around for a while,but a few are new tothe scene. There is plenty to do before the holidays hit-and lots of news and changes around the Camel City to note. So, let’s get to the business at hand. . .

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Smittysheads Newsletter for September

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Steel beam from Ground Zero to be dedicated at Carolina Field of Honor

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Steel beam from Ground Zero to be dedicated at Carolina Field of Honor

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KERNERSVILLE, N.C. — A special ceremony will take place Thursday morning, as the new 9/11 Memorial at the Carolina Field of Honor is dedicated.

The ceremony will dedicate the new 9/11 Memorial at 8:46 a.m.

A steel beam salvaged from Ground Zero will be on display at Triad Park in Kernersville, and serve as a tribute and reminder of a day that Americans will never forget.

The beam was donated to the War Memorial Foundation by the company DH Griffin — which helped cleaned up in the aftermath of the attacks.

Organizers say they want this to be something that resonates with all generations.

Field of Honor officials say the memorial is intended to be a place of remembrance and honor for all who have served our country.

The ceremony is free and open to the public.

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Winston-Salem Air Show

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In 1911, crowds gathered for the first Winston-Salem Air Show and gazed in awe as Lincoln Beachey, then the world’s greatest exhibition flyer, who commanded the sky with his signature “loop the loop” act in a rickety wood and canvas biplane. A century later, the Winston-Salem Air Show continues to celebrate more than 100 years of taking to the skies and spectators will be no less amazed at the dazzling lineup of military and civilian aircraft performing feats of aerial daring that even Beachey couldn’t have imagined.

The 2014 air show takes place September 13-14 and provided visitors a great opportunity to get acquainted with the Triad’s rich aviation history at Smith Reynolds Airport in Winston-Salem. Gates Open 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day rain or shine.

Flag-by-Jon-HoughtalingThe Winston-Salem Air Show returns to Smith Reynolds Airport on September 13-14, 2014! The Air Show is the best affordable family entertainment in the Triad area of North Carolina. Save 40% with advance tickets online now or at select area Harris Teeter store locations starting August 27th

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Harrier Jump Jet Demo
  • Aerostars Aerobatic Team
  • School Time – Jet Bus
  • Air Power Demonstration
  • Microjet Demonstration
  • Bomb Squad Pyrotechnics
  • L-39 flybys
  • Solo Aerobatic Act
  • Stearman Demonstration
  • B-17 Bomber, A-26, B-25,  C-46
  • C-54 Spirit of Freedom, P-51, T-28,T-6,T-34

Family Activities

The Winston-Salem Air Show has the best family activities around!! Click here to see more family activities at the Air Show:

  • First In Flight Entertainment Stage
  • Winston-Cup Racing Museum Display
  • B-17 and B-25 Rides
  • Carolina Air and Auto Center Display
  • Sheriffs K-9 Demo
  • Kids Play USA / Race Cars
  • Cobra & Huey Rides
  • Little Pete’s Train
  • Antique/Muscle Car Displays
  • Charlie’s Rodeo Bull

Get Tickets for the Air Show

Save 40% off gate prices

Get fit with your family at the Brenner Fit 5K challenge Friday

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Put on your running shoes, get your friends and family together and join in as Brenner Children’s Hospital kicks off the fall season with a 5K run/walk and FIT Fun Run.

The 4th annual Brenner FIT 5K Challenge will be 6:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12, at the WFU Deacon Tower.

The 5K run/walk will start at 6:30 p.m. with the FIT Fun Run starting directly afterwards at 6:45 p.m.

FIT Zone opens at 5:30 p.m. with lots of fun hands-on activities including:

  • Sugar Beverage Game
  • Fruit and Veggie Twister
  • Balanced Plate Relay
  • Play a game of dodgeball, our version of course!
  • Flavor Fear Factor-Do you dare taste!
  • Life-size Jenga
  • Play mini game of tennis with WS Open
  • Shoe-fitting with Adidas
  • Get in the dirt and start on own garden!
  • Play the Exercise Walk with YMCA
  • Spin the wheel for prizes from Omega Sports
  • Tasty treats from Brynn’s Frozen Yogurt
  • Chili Contest- taste two healthy chili’s prepared by Dr. Joey Skelton, Director of the Brenner FIT program and Chef Alfred, from WFBMC Food and Nutrition Services then tell us which one is your favorite.

For more information, visit www.brennerchildrens.org/Development/Brenner-FIT-Challenge/

Fall planting guide for North Carolina

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Fall planting guide for North Carolina

Originally posted on myfox8.com:

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Summer vegetables are done for the season, but don”t let that garden space go to waste.

It’s time for Fall planting!

In Monday’s Successful Gardening, Karen Neill mentioned a Fall Planting Guide offered by the NC Cooperative Extension.

You can find it at http://content.ces.ncsu.edu/21491.pdf

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Memorial ride, public service for Don Tilley scheduled for Sunday September 7th

SUNDAY SEP 7th MEMORIAL RIDE AND SERVICE IN HONOR OF DON TILLEY. Please join us as we honor our beloved Don Tilley. Bikes leave at 3:30 pm from Tilley Harley-Davidson of Salisbury. Bikes leave at 5:00pm from Tilley Harley-Davidson of Statesville. Police escorted ride to Statesville High School. Memorial Service is at 6:30pm. Call: 704-872-3883 for more information.Don_Tilly_MR

A memorial motorcycle ride will be held early Sunday evening in Statesville for Don Tilley, who was killed in a cycle accident last Friday on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Asheville.

Tilley, 78, was the popular owner of the Tilley Harley-Davidson dealerships in Statesville and Salisbury.

Tilley’s wife, Robinette, was critically injured in the same motorcycle crash that killed her husband. She has undergone several surgeries and remains hospitalized in Asheville.

“She has been strong throughout all of this,” said Tracy Edwards, general manager of the Salisbury dealership and a longtime employee and friend of the couple. “She’s a tough lady who loves her family and her business.”

If weather permits, the Sunday memorial service will be held outside in the high school stadium. Otherwise, it will be in the school auditorium.

Speakers at the service are expected to include well-known NASCAR drivers Kyle Petty and Donnie Allison. Mike Helton, president of NASCAR, also will say a few words.

Much of Tilley’s personal and business history is intertwined with stock car and motorcycle racing and in helping charities.

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Tilley with Kyle Petty at Victory Junction

He co founded Kyle Petty charity ride across America, which he had participated in the past 20 years. That ride benefits the Victory Junction Gang Camp for children with chronic illnesses.

The Tilley Harley-Davidson stores will be closed all day Monday, when an 11 a.m. Mass will be held for Tilley at Saint Philip the Apostle Catholic Church for family and close friends. A graveside service also will be held later at Iredell Memorial Gardens Mausoleum.

Edwards said Salisbury’s Tilley Harley-Davidson will close at 3 p.m. Sunday, and any motorcycle riders from here who want to participate in the memorial ride in Statesville will be setting out from the dealership on Bendix Drive at 3:30 p.m.

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Don Tilley & wife, Robinette

Those who own Harley-Davidson motorcycles would tell you they are a breed apart.

“Buying a Harley is like joining a family,” said one visitor at Tilley Harley-Davidson in Statesville. “And this is like losing a kind father figure.”

That father figure, of course, is Harley legend and Statesville native Don Tilley, who was killed Friday night when he lost control of his motorcycle on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Asheville.

His wife, Robinette, was critically injured in the accident and is being treated at an Asheville hospital where family and close friends have gathered to hold vigil.

Roger and Sheryl Piggot were also at Tilley on Labor Day. They were on a ride from their hometown of Toronto, Canada when they heard the news of the wreck.

The couple said the Tilleys are well known and greatly respected in the Harley community.

“No one I have ever met has a more giving heart than Robinette,” said Sheryl Piggot. “They both are just really wonderful people,” added her husband.

The Piggots have been working on a television project called “America Riding,” of which the Tilleys have been sponsors.

Roger Piggot said plans that originally included making the Tilleys and their contribution to motorcycling a portion of one of the episodes have been changed so that the entire show will be about them and their stores: both in Statesville and Salisbury.

“The stores and the Tilleys have been instrumental in so much that we think it’s the right thing to do,” Piggot said.

Donna Henderson worked for the Tilleys for years from her early 20s into her 40s and said that kind of familial relationship was true among employees.

“Both Don and Robinette were wonderful, wonderful people,” Henderson who moved to Myrtle Beach a decade ago and said she was shocked to hear the news of the Tilleys’ accident. “Anything they could do for you, they did it. And when customers came in, it was like they had known them their whole lives. They were just really great, nice people.”

Family and friends are hosting a “Memorial Ride and Service in Honor of Don Tilley” on Sunday.

Those who wish take part may gather at either of the stores. In Statesville. “kick stands up” at 5 p.m., and in Salisbury an hour earlier.

Riders will have police escort from the stores to Statesville High School, where a service will be held at 6:30 p.m.

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Obituary

William Donald ‘Don’ Tilley

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STATESVILLE – William Donald “Don” Tilley, of Statesville died Friday, Aug. 29, 2014, while doing what he enjoyed the most … riding his Harley, with the one he loved the most, his wife Robinette.

He was born Jan. 19, 1936, in the home of his parents, William Marion Tilley and Leona Ruth Perry Tilley, who preceded him in death.

Being born to a humble beginning never stopped Don from seeing a life to live and live it to the fullest.

Faithful-Honest-Charitable-Friendly-Dedicated with a huge heart toward any who were less fortunate, Don lived his life full out!

He married the love of his life Robinette Clark Tilley on July 23, 1961, who survives him, along with their three children, Donna Tilley, Denise LeVan (Terry), Derek Tilley; and five grandchildren, Cortney Toothaker (Michael), Kyle Pierce, Chase LeVan, Chance LeVan, and Chandler LeVan; and one great-grandchild due in September (Cortney’s child).

Don knew early on that his love of speed, cars, motorcycles, racing, and engineering would always be a part of his life and that it was! In 1972 Don and Robinette opened up Tilley Harley Davidson and little did he know the ripple effect that he would have in the life of so many. Don knew the many facets of the industry and how they could affect other people. Whether he was speaking to a first-time rider or a seasoned motorcycle enthusiast, Don could truly relate to any and all.

Don was always the visionary for the business. He and Robinette worked so closely to keep Tilley Harley Davidson in the forefront of the community, and in 1999 they expanded to Salisbury where their second dealership is located.

Don Tilley was truly a legend in the eyes of so many. So many people confidently called him friend. Don’s ability to share his many gifts and talents is what makes him a true legend.

Don used his great accomplishments to affect the lives of others. He had great passion for charity: proudly co-founding the Kyle Petty charity ride across America, which he had participated in for the last 20 years; supporting Victory Junction Gang Camp (which helps children with chronic medical conditions); Rolling Thunder (a veteran support nonprofit group); Barium Springs Home for Children; Fallen Firefighters; Tribute to the Troops; and the schools anti-drug program D.A.R.E. These are just a few on the list of many.

Don faithfully attended his church, Saint Philips The Apostle Catholic Church along with his family. Don was always in attendance with his fellow classmates of Statesville High School ’54 as they would gather for a meal once a month.

Don and Robinette were honored last week in Nashville, Tenn., at the International Harley Davidson Summer Dealer meeting, where they received the prestigious Gold Bar and Shield Award which was given by Harley Davidson Motor Company. This award is one among so many the family has been honored with. Whether it was a small local gathering or a large event, Don would treat any gathering with the same enthusiasm that was so contagious to all who were around.

The heritage this man Don Tilley leaves behind will be cherished by his family and friends for many generations to come.

Don is also survived by his sister, Rachel Kale (Dan); a brother, Richard Tilley; nine nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his siblings, Janie Tilley, Janice Beeson (Joe), Raymond Tilley (Diane), and Arnold Tilley (Gail).

Service and Memorial Ride: A Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, Sept. 7 at Statesville High School Stadium starting at 6:30 p.m. A Memorial ride will leave from Tilley Harley Davidson at 5 p.m. Sunday to ride from the Dealership, on to Gardner Bagnal Boulevard, on to North Center Street, then to the Statesville High School Stadium.

Mass: On Monday Sept. 8 at 11 a.m., a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Saint Philip The Apostle Catholic Church for family and close friends. Following the service there will be a grave side service at Iredell Memorial Gardens Mausoleum. A police escort will allow riders to assemble and ride from the church to the burial site.

Memorials: In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Victory Junction Gang Camp, in honor of Don Tilley.

Online condolences can be made to the family at http://www.nicholsonfunerals.com/obituaries and Nicholson Funeral Home is serving the needs of the Tilley family.
– See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/salisburypost/obituary.aspx?n=william-don-tilley&pid=172339229#sthash.eumg9I4i.dpuf

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TilleyHarleyDavidson

Official Website: http://www.tilleyhd.com/

Don Tilley’s Racing Heritagehttp://www.tilleyhd.com/miscpage_008.asp

Cycle News: http://www.cyclenews.com/

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