Celebrating 30 Years of Service to our Local Community!  

 

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and educational support to enrich the lives of children in need."

 

 

The Blackstone Valley Harley Owners Group Chapter #4735 is at it again! This is their 25th year supporting our gift drive with a motocycle run from RI to MA.

Here is how it works.

Register at Precision Harley Davidson at 269 Armistice Blvd in Pawtucket, RI between 10.30 - 11.30 on November 4th. The ride is rain or shine (and yes snow too) and runs for about an hour ending at the North Attleboro Elks Lodge at 52 Bulfinch Street in North Attleboro, MA. You don't have to be a member of the Blackstone group to ride...all bikers are welcome. No bike, no problem, join us at the North Attleboro Elks for lunch and raffle prizes.

Your donation of a new unwrapped toy (no stuffed animals please) or $10 includes an Italian Dinner. 

The money raised is used to purchase Christmas gifts for local children in our program. We serve children in Attleboro, North Attleboro, Seekonk, Rehoboth, Norton and Plainville. We are anticipating close to 1,000 kids from these six local communities needing a little Christmas magic this year and we could use all the help we can get!! The Blackstone Valley HOG's are an amazingly generous group of people and we look forward to this event each year to kick off the giving drive.

Looking forward to seeing you all there! Knees to the breeze riders!


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