Pre-Order Your Scott Bobble Head Today!
Limited Number Are Available!
The first Scott Ressmeyer Bobble Head will make its debut on May 21, but go ahead and pre-order yours today! They are $20 each or $25 each if you would like it shipped directly to you. Two of our Miracle Riders have covered the expense of these Bobble Heads, so 100% of your donation goes directly to Children’s Miracle Network at The Medical Center! Click here to pre-order your Scott Bobble Head!
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Time is counting down and excitement is really starting to build. Will pick up my H-D from the shop tomorrow morning after putting on new tires and a total check up. Never start a trip such as this without a set of new tires. Of course I will have to replace this set when we get back. I hear that donations are being mailed into the Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) at P.O. Box 790, Columbus, GA 31902 daily. I am told that you can make donations via the Internet, but that is over my head (sure James Cole could show me how to do it). I have also ordered 500 3D custom coins with the “Miracle Rider – Posse” emblem. See one of the Riders or go by Country’s BBQ in Columbus and ask about getting one.
The Blue Knights of Georgia are hosting a Catfish and Chicken Finger Dinner to support Scott’s Ride for Miracles 2011.
The dinner will be:
Thursday, May 5, 2011
5:30 – 8:00 pm
Corner of Broadway and 11th
Tickets are $10 each
Dinner includes catfish or chicken fingers, fries, coleslaw and hush puppies. 100% of the proceeds will benefit Children’s Miracle Network at the Medical Center! Stay and enjoy the activities of Cinco de Mayo and meet this year’s Miracle Riders or pick up your dinner “to go”.
2011 Scott’s Ride for Miracles Press Conference – Check out the press conference as Scott introduces the riders and their goals for this year.
Well here we go again! This 2011 Scott’s Ride for Miracles for Children’s Miracle Network is looking to be a great one. To be honest after a few weeks of being back home with my wife and family, making sure the Office was running great & giving my poor old butt a short rest, I was ready for the open road again. And once I was given the oppurtunity to visit the local Columbus Medical Center’s children center again my mortivation to help has been renewed. I don’t believe anyone could visit the childrens center and not get involved.