Rally & Ride for a Cure Now a Two Day Event!
What do you get when you combine motorcycles, cars, music, food & bean bags? A whole lot of fun for everybody and the chance for children with cancer to enjoy a carefree week at summer camp, just like other kids!
The Bellator Titans are once again organizing the Rally & Ride for a Cure 2016 which benefits Camp Bring It On. This year it is even bigger and better as it has grown into a two-day event featuring: a car show, a bike show, a burnout and loud pipes contest, a 50/50 raffle, other great raffle prizes, and a dance at the Crooks community hall with the Jade Monkey band, all on Saturday.
There will also be numerous vendors and food booths set up, so you can do a little shopping, a little noshing, a little socializing, play some bean bags and all the while you are making a difference in the life of a child who has been or is being challenged by cancer.
Day two of the Rally & Ride for a Cure features the big poker run which begins at Indian Motorcycle of Sioux Falls, (who have donated a 2016 Indian Chief Dark Horse bike you could win by buying raffle tickets) and ends at Critters Lounge in Crooks.
Camp Bring it On is a summer camp for children who have cancer or have battled and beaten it. It's the opportunity to meet and bond with other children who know exactly what that experience is like and for their parents, it is a week of respite. Moms and Dads don't have to worry because all of their children's medical needs are taken care of by the medical staff at camp.
For more information about this great event check out their Facebook page, or call Bryon Farmer at 605-595-4185