Riding for a cause…a journey for a purpose
Thank you to all who took part in the 30th Annual Little Angels Plege Run on May 21 in Woodstock!
Nearly 750 people participated in the 80-mile motorcycle ride organized by EAO, which, as a fundraiser, supported the care of children and adults with profound developmental disabilities. The total amount raised will be announced soon.
The 30th Annual Pledge Run started and ended at Woodstock Harley-Davidson, in Woodstock IL. and journeyed around the northern Illinois area along a well-marked, carefully monitored route. Participants paid a registration fee and many collected pledge donations prior to the ride.
“Our Pledge Run is the first large motorcycle event of the riding season and gives the biker community the chance to break out their leathers and ride together. Everyone ends up back at Woodstock Harley-Davidson for lunch, a live band and a great party.” stated Beth Norman, Elgin Area Organization of Motorcycle Riders (EAO) member and Pledge Run Coordinator. “We all have a great time while supporting ‘our kids’ at the Marklund Wasmond Center at Little Angels,” states Beth Norman, EAO member and Pledge Run Coordinator. Norman adds “Good guys do indeed wear black. Good gals too!”
1st Prize Raffle
#1390 – Carol Dicken
2nd Prize Raffle
#1750 – Dan Iacullo
3rd Prize Raffle
#2711 – Gene Estes
4th Prize Raffle
#1789 Wayne Binno
Split the Pot
$406.00 P Dustin
Certificate from HaulBikes Jim Fischer
A special thank you to:
Elgin Area Organization of Motorcycle Riders
Windgate Financial/Perritt Capital
Cobra Concrete Cutting
Laborer’s Local #1
Doug & Kricket Jackson – Woodstock Harley-Davidson
McHenry County Road Pirates