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Ride Registration: 9:00AM-10:30AM
Path of Hope is holding their Fifth Annual Motorcycle Ride for Recovery. Please join us on Saturday, August 5, 2017, for food, fellowship, and motorcycles! We will meet at Path of Hope and make a round trip ride to Dan Nicholas Park. Breakfast, snacks, and lunch will be provided for participants. The first 150 registrants also receive a FREE Path of Hope ride t-shirt.
Registration 8:30 am. Kick Stands Up 10:30 am
Our Mission is to meet the needs of all people suffering from the disease of alcoholism and other drug addiction by providing a safe secure environment focused on recovery.
Alcohol & Drug Addiction Treatment Center
1-336-248-8914 CALL US TODAY!!
We will be doing a Toys for Tots ride starting at the Forgotten Sons clubhouse. We will have several stops and then Baggerz for the after party. We will have two bands and will provide food. Please bring a unwrapped toys for a boy or girl to help some deserving kids.
Tuesday April 5th, 2016 6am-9pm. Richard Petty & Kyle Petty will be on site from 9-11am. Classic car show of Old Salem Chapter AACA from 4-8pm.
Krispy Kreme has teamed up with former NASCAR driver Kyle Petty and the Victory Junction Camp for the fifth annual Drive for 45 Campaign.
Chronically and seriously ill children from across the country come to Victory Junction in Randleman, North Carolina to laugh and play and forget about being sick for a while.
That’s why Krispy Kreme is proud to team up with Kyle Petty and Victory Junction in our annual Drive for 45 Campaign. Join the Krispy Kreme family in making a difference in the lives of chronically and seriously ill children by visiting VictoryJunction.org. For more information go to http://krispykreme.com/about/Philanthropy
This upcoming weekend we have the First Annual For The Wounded Ride leaving and returning to the dealership on August 15th. Proceeds to help one of our Wounded Warriors, Marine Vet Jesse Fletcher
Registration from 9 – 11:30; Kickstands up at 11:30
Cost: $20 per bike $10 Passenger
Food and beverages will be available after the ride. 50/50 Tickets & Door Prizes
You can keep up with all of our events and rides at www.smokinharley.com/calendar-of-events.htm
CAR SHOW TO BENEFIT RIVERWOOD THERAPEUTIC RIDING CENTER
Car Show today from 9 – 3 sponsored by Smokin’ Harley-Davidson and Classic Muscle Restoration at Modern Automotive. All cars are welcome. Whether you own a Muscle Car, Street Rod, Antique, have an Automobile Club or Rat Rod, everyone is invited. There is a $20 per car fee with monies going to the charity. There will be Vendors, Live Music, Free Hot Dogs from Noon to 2, 50/50 draw and the Classic Muscle Performance Truck will be on display. You can purchase tickets and vote for who should win the trophy for the People’s Choice and there will be a trophy for the Dealer’s Choice. All proceeds from the day to benefit the Riverwood Therapeutic Riding Center. Come early, stay late.
Benefit ride for the Children’s Organ Transplant Association, (COTA). Rain or shine. Registration is from 9:30 – 10:30. Kickstands up at 10:30. $25 for single rider and $30 with passenger. Lunch included with rider sign up. Also a cruise-In at 9. No entry fee, however, donations will be accepted. Lunch available for $5 a person. After the ride there will be live music by Josh Black, a Raffle, 50/50 draw with all proceeds from the ride to benefit COTA in honor of Zane Snider.
A “Benefit Ride”, will be held for COTA in honor of Zane Snider, a local child who is waiting for a heart transplant. The event is planned for Saturday Aug. 1, beginning at Smokin Harley-Davidson, 3441 Myer Lee Drive in Winston-Salem. Nineteen-year-old Snider is listed for a heart transplant at Duke University Children’s Hospital in Durham, and has recently undergone a procedure to place a mechanical heart in him (the first of it’s kind for someone born with Snider’s condition) as he waits for the life-saving donation. Funds are being raised to assist with transplant-related expenses.
Snider was born with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome and is currently waiting for a life-saving heart transplant. The Snider family needs an estimated $100,000 to pay transplant-related expenses.
Snider is affectionately called “Superman” by his family and friends due to his unquenchable spirit.
“The family and friends of Zane want to encourage everyone to attend our Every Hero Needs a Heart Motorcycle Benefit Ride for COTA and help give Zane a second chance at life,” said Rhonda Mitchell, Event Chair. “100 percent of the profits from the ride will assist with transplant-related expenses.”
For more information about the our Every Hero Needs a Heart Motorcycle Benefit Ride for COTA please contact Rhonda Mitchell at 336-978-1017.
Snider’s family has asked for assistance from the Children’s Organ Transplant Association (COTA), a national charity based in Bloomington, Indiana. COTA is dedicated to organizing and guiding communities in raising funds for transplant-related expenses. COTA’s services are completely free of charge, and 100 percent of funds generated by COTA community fundraising campaigns are available for transplant-related expenses.
Join Americas Guardians Chapter NC12A in supporting Emily’s Plea!
RIDE FOR EMILY’S PLEA
July 18, 2015
PLACE: Smokin Harley Davidson
3441 Myer Lee Drive
Winston Salem, NC 27101
Registration: 9:00-11:00 AM
Kickstands Up: 11:00 AM (~80 miles)
$20.00 for Rider/$10.00 for Passenger
$5.00 per poker card/(No Limit)
50/50 Raffle, Live Auction, Food
Sponsored By: America’s Guardians PSMC
Emily’s Plea is an affiliate of “The Crash Prevention Network of North Carolina”. CPN-NC is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving lives and preventing injuries on the highways of this sate. They offer a statewide support group program for the surviving family members of all fatal crashes in North Carolina.
Emily’s Plea was founded in 2009 by Chuck and Becky Kennedy the parents of Emily May.
Emily was killed by the senseless act of a drunk driver in May 2007 at the young age of 24. Our Purpose……simply stated “SAVING A LIFE”.Becky and Chuck attempt to stress this one simple fact.
We lose hundreds of innocent people each year due to the careless acts of individuals that simply choose to drink and drive.
We conduct speaking and educational events at local High Schools; Governmental and Law enforcement agencies as well as support and sponsor events to reduce Drunk Driving.
With your help and support we will reduce the number of Alcohol Related Deaths!
Emily’s Plea is an affiliate of “The Crash Prevention Network of North Carolina”.
CPN-NC is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving lives and preventing injuries on the highways of this state. They offer a statewide support group program for the surviving family members of all fatal crashes in North Carolina. Becky is a regular speaker for the Crash Prevention Network.
WHEN: June 12, 2015 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
WHERE: Maple Chase Golf & Country Club
Cost: $150.00 (per person) / $500.00 (per team – 4 players)
336.251.1441 / firstname.lastname@example.org
The 9th Annual Master’s Day Golf Classic will be tee off at 9:00am on Friday, June 12, 2015 at Maple Chase Golf & Country Club and conclude on Friday afternoon with an awards presentation. Participation in this tournament will benefit Camp Hope. Camp Hope gives under-resourced kids in our community the opportunity to attend summer camp. Camp Hope is designed to build self worth, character, and a Christ centered faith in the lives of kids.
The children who attend this camp are victims of abuse and most often live in foster homes. Through this one week, children’s lives can be changed forever by seeing that a positive experience with a loving adult role model is possible, that they can succeed, and experiencing a week of relief from their current situation and experience care, love, and encouragement.
Proceeds: Camp Hope – a camp designed for under resourced and abused children in our community.