Okay, everybody, the weather is looking great. Mostly sunny; delightful 72° for this weekend! We want everyone that rides a motorcycle to come out to the Dukes Motorcycle Rally for my friend Tony Dukes!
Tony Dukes has been battling cancer for a while now. We all feel the time has come for everyone to come together not just for the typical benefit ride so let’s make this thing a RALLY!!!! The ride begins at
Judy’s Place Too. Kickstands up at 1:00.
First stop is Ole Watering Hole.
The second stop is Baggerz.
The ride ends at Ted’s.
The Essick Tuttle Outfit will be playing at Ted’s.
We will have a raffle, 50/50 drawing, poker hands for the ride.
They will also have lots of Silent Auction items and Raffles going on. One will be the last drawing Scott Ray did to help raise money for Tony Dukes I will have the 16″x 20″ Drawing on canvas of Jax Teller (actor Charlie Hunnam) Sons Of Anarchy.
The Triad Holiday Food Drive, sponsored by FOX8 and Old Dominion Freight Line, provides The Salvation Army with food to help feed local families in need. Nearly 9 million cans of food have been collected since 1987. This is the largest and most important food collection event of the year for The Salvation Army. Last year, over 22,000 people were served.
For many years, FOX8 and Old Dominion have celebrated the Triad Holiday Food Drive by hosting concerts at the Greensboro Coliseum, Lawrence Joel Veteran Memorial Coliseum, and in Burlington at Williams High School. The Holiday concerts have become a tradition for many Piedmont Triad families, offering quality holiday entertainment. The Triad Holiday Concerts are open to the public and an array of seasonal music is provided by the Greensboro and Winston Salem Symphonies. The only “cost” to attend is a canned food donation.
Help us continue conquering this problem by registering your company to participate in the FOX8 and Old Dominion Triad Holiday Food Drive!
Curtis and his grandfather lost their home to a fire in West Virginia. They are currently living in a shack and all Curtis wants is a bathroom.
The family has never had a well before and currently, they get their water for an old coal mine, so with the funds raised through Anchor Ridge Ministries, they are going to dig them a well so they don’t have to keep climbing the mountain to keep the water flowing!
After Josh Paul from Anchor Ridge Ministry met with the contractor, it was determined the current home is unlivable. So they have stepped out in faith to build them a BRAND NEW HOME!!!
Donations will be accepted the day of the ride between 8:00 am-3:00 pm at East Bend Baptist Church.
Bring those Motorcycles and Classic Cars. There will also be a Silent Auction.
100% of the proceeds will go to Anchor Ridge Ministry to help fund this project. Afterward Buffalo’s Famous BBQ with trimmings, 50/50 Drawing, Silent Auction & Door Prizes.
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Lunch, Live Music, Raffle Giveaways
This ride is beginning at Post 55 in Winston Salem, with a ceremony and the legendary, Gentlemen Start your Engines, and will wind through Davidson County and end at Smokin Harley Davidson.
This is a great ride, fully escorted by Winston Salem and Davidson County Motor Officers. The ride will end at Smokin Harley Davidson with raffles, food, and live music. Cost is $20 one up and $25 with a passenger.
Mark your calendars! Sign up for our 7th Annual Chili Cook-off at Smokin’ Harley-Davidson. The annual will be held on February 17th! We are looking for Chili Cooking Contestants, Volunteers, Vendors, and Bakers for our Bake Sale! Call 336-722-3106 or register online at www.chili4ourkids.org.
The team voted “Best Chili” from the People’s Choice on the day of our event wins money! Trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place!
What is an Angel Tree? It is a holiday assistance program in which an individual sponsor or group sponsor/organization/corporation purchases new toys for a deserving child (or “Angel”) or a food gift card for seniors in need. For many, the gifts they receive through the Angel Tree Program will be the only ones they open on Christmas morning.
Last year alone we registered 1,000+ families, over 3,443 children, and 285 seniors who would not experience the magic of Christmas without the generosity of people in our community.
It will take an entire army this Christmas to deliver the nearly 19,000 toys to the neediest children and provide for our seniors.
If you believe, every child and every senior deserves to experience the joy of Christmas please support us this Christmas!
Our partners who will be hosting public angel trees will be at the following locations from November 13th – December 8th:
News & Record at 200 E Market
Whole Foods at Friendly
Our Christmas Stockings can be registered for here OR picked up and returned at any Chick Fila. Christmas Stockings can also be picked up / returned at The Salvation Center of Hope at 1311 S Eugene Street, Monday-Friday, from 9:30am to 4:30pm.
We ask all gifts, stockings, and gift cards be returned unwrapped by December 1st.
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.
The 2016 dates for the annual FOX8/Old Dominion Triad Holiday Concerts have been announced. All of the concerts will feature Christmas music.
The Burlington concert will feature music by the Greensboro Symphony and will be held at Williams High School Auditorium on Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.
The Greensboro concert will feature music by the Greensboro Symphony and will be held at the Greensboro Coliseum on Dec. 16 at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.
The Winston-Salem concert, featuring music by the Winston-Salem Symphony, will be held at LJVM Coliseum on Saturday, Dec. 17 at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.
FOX8’s Neill McNeill and Katie Nordeen will once again host this year’s concerts in Greensboro and Winston-Salem. New this year, the Greensboro and Winston-Salem concerts will feature revamped formats to include more music, more performers, and an intermission break. The new format promises to make the experience even more fun for attendees of all ages, while maintaining the traditions of more than 25 years of Triad Holiday Concerts.
As always, admission and parking are free for all three concerts with your donation of canned food items to benefit The Salvation Army. Last year’s FOX8/Old Dominion Triad Holiday Concerts raised more than 500,000 cans of food. The FOX8/Old Dominion Triad Holiday Concerts serve as the single largest provider of food for the hungry in the Triad, and help stock the shelves of The Salvation Army for more than half the year.