WHERE KIDS COME FIRST SNOWMOBILE RIDE
Join us for the inaugural WHERE KIDS COME FIRST SNOWMOBILE RIDE, in support of A Child's Voice Foundation.
The Foundation fills in the cracks, bridges the gaps and opens doors for financially disadvantaged children. Caring for a child who is sick or disabled is not only emotionally challenging but can be financially devastating.
Thus it is our mission to make things a little easier for these children, their families and caregivers. Through our programs, Angel Hair for Kids, and Kids Life Line, we are able to help those in need through a difficult time.
In most cases, A Child's Voice Foundation is their last hope. To learn more about the Foundation, please visit www.acvf.ca.
The RIDE, hosted by the Muskoka Sno-Bombers Snowmobile Club, is on Saturday, February 26, 2011, at 10 a.m., and will start and end at the beautiful Touchstone Resort on Lake Muskoka (Hwy. 118, 5 Km west of Bracebridge) The RIDE will showcase the scenic Muskoka trail system, so be sure to bring your camera!
Be sure to arrive with full fuel onboard to make your day more enjoyable. Two routes are planned, a shorter one around Lake Muskoka, through Port Carling, Bala, Gravenhurst and Bracebridge, and a longer one north to Sprucedale and Kearney and back. Our Trail Patrollers and volunteers will be on the trails to lend assistance and guidance if needed.
Registration and a "meet and greet" reception, (sponsor to be announced) will be at Touchstone from 7-9 PM on Friday evening, February 25.
Come out and meet your fellow participants, and look over new sleds which will be available for demo rides on Saturday. Registration will reopen at 8 AM on Saturday. The Registration Fee is $30.00, which includes a wind-up buffet dinner and dance at Touchstone and each rider is required to obtain a minimum of $150.00 in pledges to support A Child’s Voice Foundation.
Tax Receipts will be issued for individual pledges of $20.00 or more. Trail side BBQ’s will be put on by other clubs during the ride. A Registration Form and Pledge Sheet are attached.
Mark the date on your calendar, and be sure to join us for a fun-filled day in winter paradise, and at the same time contribute to a very needed and worthwhile cause where Kids really do Come First!
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