2013 Bike Rally & Charity Ride
May 22, 2013
The MACU Biker Rally: Bob Morton Memorial Ride is ready to roll!
Register online and start packing your bags to join us for a wonderful time. The day starts with a continental breakfast at the beautiful river-front campus of Mid-Atlantic Christian University (MACU) in Elizabeth City, NC. The ride route will take about two hours to drive, with a break in the middle for refreshments. When the ride finishes back at the MACU campus you will enjoy a nice lunch, entertainment, and a brief presentation from a super guy who loves people and loves to ride his motorcycle. Pete Kunkle, senior minister at First Christian Church of Kernersville, NC, will be the guest speaker and will ride his bike with the group. Invite your clubs and friends. We welcome convertible auto registrations also. This event benefits a student scholarship in the Mid-Atlantic Foundation.
There is limited overnight housing available in the MACU dormitory. Please register early while space is available.
Get ready to roll!
SAVE THE DATE:
September 7, 2013
Enjoy scenic eastern North Carolina and
join us for a day of fun and fellowship.
Convertible Autos can join the ride behind the motorcycles.
Proceeds fund a Student Scholarship in Foundation. Help a MACU Student afford tuition!
We are asking for new sponsor partners to help reach our fundraising goals for the student scholarship at MACU. If interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact Sandra Perkins at 252-334-2003 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MACU Dormitory: There is limited housing in the dormitory. There are sinks in the rooms. You will provide linens. There is one bathroom facility per floor which provides showers, toilets, sinks. The charge is $10 per night per person. No tax. Deadline registration for dorm housing is August 23. Call Sandra Perkins at 252.334.2003 or email email@example.com.
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For more information about this event contact Sandra Perkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 252-334-2003.