|From Seal Cove to Port Edward and points in between Prince Rupert's|
Harley Riders are on the road tomorrow in a fund raiser for the
Salvation Army Christmas Assistance program
The Ride is on and the weather looks excellent for those taking to the streets on Saturday for the Annual Harley Riders Run for Charity.
Celebrating it's 38th Anniversary tomorrow, the local club of Harley Riders will be heading out from the Salvation Army's Grenville Court location at Noon.
The journey making for the start of a tour of five stops along the way, which first takes the riders out to Port Edward for a BBQ hosted by the Port Edward Fire Department.
From there they head back to Rupert and stops at a number of local spots before pulling into the Seal Cove Pub where the post ride activities will rev up.
With good weather ahead, there's a very good chance that they will be able to top last years record number of participants of 122.
The funds raised, as well as non-perishable food and toys collected through the lead up to the event and at the social following will all be directed to the Salvation Army for their Christmas season assistance program.
A Poker ride makes for part of the travels with cards set at 15 dollars each.
The evening event has a 15 dollar entry fee with tickets at the door, as well as a 50/50 draw, the sale of anniversary T shirts and door prizes on the night.
The Musical guests are Dixie Dead Shake who will keep the congregation dancing through the night.
Learn more about the event and how you can donate from the Facebook page created for Saturday's ride.
Learn more about the local Harley Riders here.
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