July 9, 2012
Happiness House Foundation Motorcycle Run for Autism Awareness held in collaboration with Jeremy’s Journey for Hope
Happiness House’ 6th Annual Motorcycle Run held in collaboration with Jeremy’s Journey for Hope will begin at the Shortsville American Legion, 1513 Palmyra Street/Rt. 21 in Shortsville on Saturday, August 25th, 2012 with registration and a pancake breakfast starting at 8:30 am. Motorcycle Riders and passengers will enjoy an 85 mile run along the beautiful Finger Lakes.
The fee for operators is $20 and $15 for passengers and non-riding participants. The run will begin at 9:45 am and finish at Geneva Foreign & Sports by 1:30 pm at Geneva Foreign & Sports, 2787 Lyons Rd. in Geneva. The 50/50 and raffle prize drawing will close out Jeremy’s Journey for Hope event. Lunch will be available to purchase. Additionally, there will be raffles, a 50/50 drawing, food and entertainment throughout the afternoon hosted by Geneva Foreign & Sports. For an additional five dollars motorcyclists can enter their bikes into the motorcycle and auto show contests. ALL vehicles are welcome! Prizes will be awarded at 3:30 pm and will include 1st and 2nd place for each class and best in show for both motorcycles and autos.
Sponsors of this event thus far include the Shortsville American Legion, Penn Yan Elks Lodge 1722 and David & Karen Sorce.
THIS IS A RAIN OR SHINE EVENT! For additional information regarding this event, contact Cheryl Coppola at (585) 394-9510 or Kim Parmarter (Jeremy’s mother) at (585) 289-4186. Proceeds from the 2012 Run will go to Happiness House Foundation to benefit Happiness House’s programs and services.
Happiness House- Finger Lakes Cerebral Palsy Association is a private nonprofit health and human service agency that has been serving communities in the Finger Lakes region in Upstate New York since 1969. Today with sites in Geneva, Canandaigua, Gorham, and Waterloo, Happiness House offers an array of educational program, recreational and family support services for children and adults with and without disabilities who reside in Ontario, Seneca, Wayne, and Yates counties. On average Happiness House serves 1,000 individuals and their families each year.
Cheryl L. Coppola