In Baltimore, a ride against animal cruelty
There’s a $20 registration donation, and 100% of proceeds will be donated to organizations that prevent animal abuse, and treat abused animals, according to the event’s sponsor, the Peacekeepers Motorcycle Club.
(I think you can trust them; the organization is made up mostly of law enforcement types.)
The ride — co-sponsored by the Mayor’s Anti-Animal Abuse Task Force — starts at 11 a.m. at Harley-Davidson of Baltimore, 8845 Pulaski Highway.
The ride will end, around 3 p.m., at the Bluford Drew Jemison Academy, 1130 N. Caroline Street, where music, food, games and other activities for adults and children from are planned throughout the day.
“You do not have to ride a motorcycle to participate,” the club says. “Come in your car, SUV, pick-up truck, or on your scooter, mo-ped, bicycle, tricycle, or tired feet.”
You can learn more about the event at its Facebook page.
Posted by jwoestendiek August 15th, 2011 under Muttsblog.
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