RIDE FOR THE FALLEN HEROS

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  SEPTEMBER 11TH, WE WILL NEVER FORGET!

On September 9th, 2007 the Palm Coast Chapter of the Red Knights Motorcycle Club is hosting a FREE Memorial Run to remember those who sacraficed their lives along with those who to this day keep us safe.

The ride begins at Hero's Memorial Park on Palm Coast Parkway, registration is at 9AM with a Memorial Service at 10AM. Following the service will be a police escorted ride on Palm Coast Pkwy to US-1 North to SR 206 across to A1A south to SR 100 and end at Hijackers Restaurant at the Flagler County Airport.

For addtional information, please contact Joe Vece, President, Red Knights MC FL Chapt. 11 @ 386-446-2410

This is a beautiful ride, I've done it many times and Steve and I will be part of this ride next week. I have 2 brothers that are firefighters in Phoenix, I can't imagine the dangers that they face every day. I will be honoring them along the many that have given the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. 

  

 The Red Knights Motorcycle Club is made up of members who are in the Fire Fighting service along with their families who ride. They have several chapters across the United States and around the world.

 

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Rainmaker
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Laura Cerrano
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Lysa, Thank you for sharing that and participating in the ride.  I know that many motorcycle clubs do this and it's wonderful.  As a New Yorker, Sept. 11th is particularly difficult here and it's nice to know people from all over have special remembrances of that very sad and traumatic day.
Sep 03, 2007 11:22 AM #1
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Carol Smith
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Lysa - I don't ride motorcycles, but I certainly appreciate all that the riders do.  It seems that even though so many think that "bikers" are mean folks the general public is proven wrong time and time again.  Please give our thanks to the riders who will be leading the charge.  Thanks for the heads up.
Sep 03, 2007 03:08 PM #2
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Lysa Napolitano
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Morning Carole, Thanks for stopping by. I was living in Saratoga County back in 2001 and still keep NY close to my heart.

Morning Carol, The biker community is the most giving bunch of people the general public will ever come accross. I will give your thanks and thanks for stopping by!

Sep 03, 2007 10:41 PM #3
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