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Motorcycle ride to benefit area's foster children

It’s a communitywide motorcycle ride for a worthy cause. The Hardin Chapter of the San Jacinto High Rollers Motorcycle Club is holding a “Kick Stands Up for Kids” ride a week from Saturday, June 16, to benefit local foster children. Proceeds go to the Rainbow Room, an emergency resource supply space managed by the Liberty County CPS Advisory Board. Shaun Davis is president of the San Jacinto High Rollers MC Hardin Chapter. Known as “San Jacinto High Roller Craftsman”, he invites all of the area’s motorcycle riders out to the fund-raising event. Again, that “Kick Stands Up for Kids” motorcycle ride, sponsored by the San Jacinto High Rollers MC Hardin Chapter, is a week from Saturday, June 16, starting from the B&S Club at 304 North Church Street in Dayton. Bikers will start gathering at 9 a.m. with kickstands up at 10:30 for the ride. The group will return to the B&S Club a little after noon. Cost is $20 per rider plus $10 for a passenger. Once back at the club, there will be food, drinks and a silent auction. You can get a barbecue sandwich, chips and drinks for $8 or a sausage on a stick for $3.  You don’t have to be on a motorcycle to participate. Again, all proceeds benefit the Liberty County CPS Advisory Board’s Rainbow Room – that’s an emergency supply resource for the area’s foster children. Pre-register for the “Kick Stands Up for Kids” motorcycle ride online at SanJacintoHighrollersHardin.com. For more information, call Craftsman at 936-697-4978.

 

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