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now know as Shriners Hospitals for Chil- dren. I mention .. He also reported on Swap Meet progress. February 11, – Special Friends Luncheon. . tures and HD movies of the event showing the setup process and the actual parade. SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER AUTUMN IN Meeting & Celebration on Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 7 . frozen pond in winter, and enjoying a steam format film camera, using cross-processed ing cup of Canadian Shriners Hospital for Children .. Friends with gardens are praying come to bring in their veggies to swap with. Ballpark in Islip on Sunday, May 20, The weather was . Our own Noble Chris Fightmaster has started regular Movie Nights, every third Friday up in. Club Kismet. support the Met's; Kismet Shrine and Shriner's Hospital's for Children. Also, please . again,' so we swap it out,” his mother Tami says.
In memory and celebration of Kevin Reid's birthday, we will have cake as well. Service will have a seminar from Join RedDog in our Service Department, while he covers the importance of safety on a motorcycle and how you can be seen; from lights, tires, accessories, and rain coats. Come have some Saint Patty's Day fun with us.
Food and beverages available. Phone Lynn Smith Ural National Demo Day is a spring celebration held at our dealers throughout the country.
It is a perfect event for both current Ural owners and for those of you who have never been on a sidecar before. Come out and meet our dealers, ride the new models, swap stories with local riders and just have a good time! You're invited to come take a Ural Sidecar Motorcycle for a spin or let us take you for a spin! Polish Villa II and Sweet Lisa food trucks will be here, so feel free to bring the family and the dogs too!
The cool guys from City Limit Moto will be here to take care of you. Hope to see you there! Depew, New York Answer the Casting Call for the next movie "Rough Boys"!
Rebel on the Highway was co-written by Charlie Brechtel and his wife Sabrina. Phone or Live music by Dance Machine Rollercoaster! Explore the brand, check out the bikes and find out what it takes to get started! We'll have food, drinks and prizes PLUS register to win a free learn to ride course!
Choppers, bobbers, old-school, customs, hot rods, late model, race, tuners, and much, much, more! Also see the top pinstripers in the area as well as bands all weekend long. Stop by their booth and say hello, get an autograph and buy LRC Swag. Food, beer and fun!
Something for the whole family! Star Wars Characters and Superheros! The Buffalo Motorama Marketplace with a non-automotive area to browse the latest fashions, trends, and to pamper yourself. It's gonna be a real-gone time! So put your dancin' shoes on and let's get wild! Cars, bikes, great food, drink, contests and more! Motorcycle of the Month Contest and more!
This is an excellent part-time job that allows for schedule flexibility and to inspire new motorcyclists! Our locations are in West Seneca, Jamestown and Sanborn and we are hiring for all locations! Come and meet certified instructors to learn more about this opportunity and tour our West Seneca facility.
Light refreshments will be provided. RSVP by calling or Bring it to the show! Don't hide those bikes away, clean them up and show them off! Our Classics on the Red Carpet exhibit is one of the highlights of the Show each year. Check out how easy it is to enter; we look forward to seeing you there! We will have over 16, square feet of building space and 4, square feet outside the Civic Center filled with Motorcycle Parts, Riding Gear, Leather, and plenty of Food Deals on Bikes for sale too!!!
Doors open at 9am and event will run until 3pm. No pre-sale tickets, just come on over the day of the event. If you're interested in being a vendor: Friday the 13th, we will have artists to help bring you and your ride to the next level.
We will have a Pinstriper on hand to visually enhance your ride. Barbers on site to give you a stylish, helmet-ready, haircut. Local tattoo artists with portfolios so you can discuss ideas and book an appointment for some new ink! No actual tattoos done on-sight. Times of artists will vary not all options will be available all day. Friday April 13, - "Jamestown Harley Tattoo Night" Come out and meet some local tattoo artists, see their work and set up appointments with them.
The Friday the 13th biker party tradition started in It was in November and it was Friday the 13th. They had such a good time they decided they should do it every Friday the 13th. And so the tradition was born. Less than miles from Buffalo, NY! Every Friday the 13th thereafter, the number of people coming to the event has increased. This year's event expects overMotorcycle Enthusiasts!
Bikes, vendors, and camping! Riders from Buffalo and WNY will meet at a place to be announced. Then take Highway 3 until you reach the stop light intersection of Highway 3 and the Blue Line road.
Turn left at the intersection heading south until you reach Highway 6. Turn left on Highway 6 heading east. Saturday April 21, - "Gowanda Harley Take Your Ride To New Heights Workshop" Riders and passengers, join us at 10am to learn how you can maximize comfort with the right seat, foot and hand controls, riding gear and more!
In stock, regularly priced items only. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Too cold to ride?
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Come in your car, truck or whatever! Eden, New York Ok maybe Dave dressed in drag Finally good weather forecast, throw your leg over the scooter and take a ride out. Also Mondays weather outlook 63 and more sun, play hooky and take another ride! We're gonna open up at Noon for lunch. Whatever your early spring plans are, ride safe and have fun, we earned it this winter. Where Andy of Mayberry meets Easyriders. Featuring great food, drink and more! For more info go to Cyberspokes.
We fulfill dreams through the experiences of motorcycling, by providing to motorcyclists and the general public an expanding line of motorcycles, branded products and services in select market segments.
Our staff provides a genuine family atmosphere, with a personal guarantee of honesty and integrity to all of our customers.
Cars, bikes, trucks, food, drink, DJ, raffles and fun! Sponsored by The Drifters Car Club. Rt 5 Derby, NY Live music with the Party Hounds! Kids under 12 are free. Call for table availability! Ceremonial bonfire to please the gods and spirits! For them to watch over us and keep us safe for the year to come. No dogs, cats or animals of any kind.
Today, the club offers a variety of fun events for everyone to enjoy. No charge, donations accepted. Phone Pastor Don Mohr Great Party at the End Stop! Looking forward to seeing everyone to help our organization gain more visibility in the community! Help raise awareness of motorcycles on our roads again.
Support an organization that supports motorcyclist rights!
Ararat Shrine Swap Meet
The main purpose of the ABATE organization is to work toward continued freedom of the road by insuring that motorcyclists' point of view is presented to our legislators and to promote motorcycle safety, rider education, and awareness.
Phone Brian Kloiber Come check out the latest Harley Davidson models and take a test ride! See what years of forward progress looks like! We're proud to offer you more ways to unleash yourself than ever. Everything from top of the line touring motorcycles built to cross continents to stripped-down, raw machines built to carve up urban canyons. It is also International Female Ride Day!
You do not have to ride or be a member. Come and listen to our leaders speak on MC Safety. Parade style, police-escorted ride will follow guest speakers. MC Safety and Awareness is paramount to all that ride for today. Their goal is to take all veterans! American Legion, Thomas E.
Tehan PostElectric Ave. Contact Chris Drzal at Last bike in 3: If you saw any of our events last year, you know we will have a ton of bikes for everyone to come check out and see. Don't miss it one of a kind! A very short ride from Buffalo! We are the place to be inside buying or outside socializing.
It's become known as the first ride of the year, a place you have to be if you're riding by yourself, with buddies, or clubs flying the Flag. New Metric Hall, vintage, sport, touring, choppedanything goes!
Our downtown and waterfront areas mimic Dover with great views and fantastic food. If you want to make some money, have some fun and find that special part you need to finish your build. Do it by booking in, you are first in early and will find what you need. Make It A Weekend! Doors open at 10am!
Lottery and Quick Draw, plus 3 TVs for local news and games. Fresh-cut french fries, don't forget the vinegar and ketchup, or request cheese or chili on top!
We serve breakfast all day, every day! Sweet potato fries served with honey and butter, Blooming Onions even better than at the fair, Hand-pattied burgers cooked to your liking!
Butterwood cakes, crusty pies, homemade rice pudding and bread puddings, thick milkshakes served in a traditional Diner mixing cup, hot fudge sundaes and more!
We certainly enjoyed hearing it! Her role in the arch production was near perfection. As she was being held for the walk under the arch she looked at the crowd and smiled and waved with the exuberance only a child surrounded with love can show.
Sweet Little Autumn, you have just inherited a rather large crop of Grandfathers. We will be proudly watching from afar as you move through your life. The second event that impacted me was the Fezzing of our new Nobles.
My Candidate was the second to be fezzed. As we walked up the center of Bennett Auditorium to be announced by our Brother Jimmy Jones, my thoughts turned to the lady walking alongside our soon to be Noble. She, too, is a product of the Shrine s philanthropy. She carried her husband s fez and looked truly happy that her family had embarked on this journey. She was smiling as she placed the fez on Noble James Hugill s head and I thanked those who came before us for making her day possible.
It is a source of amazement to me that our hospital work has touched so many lives in such a positive way. My friend Amber Hugill would not be on the life path she is sharing with her husband and children and we would not have the privilege of knowing either of them. Yes, our Ceremonials are a time for celebration and renewal. We, as Shriners and Masons, have once again added to our ranks and renewed our own faith in what we stand for. As a member of Ararat, I want to ask a small favor of each of you.
Take a moment to ask a fellow Mason to become a member of the shrine. We will all benefit and our fraternity will continue to thrive. We want to make you aware that there are several payment options available for you to pay your membership dues. We accept cash, check, credit cards and Paypal. In fact, you can start making payments for your dues now, if you so choose. Membership Totals Ararat Membership as of Jan. Illustrious Sir Randy said Tis well. Oriental Guide Michael Aulgur prepared the Altar.
Chaplain Wes Wingfield remembered our Nobles who had been visited by the Black Camel and gave the invocation. The Colors where placed prior to the business meeting beginning. As a result of the motion passed at the February regularly stated meeting, there is to be no reading of the prior meeting minutes for the duration of the year. Recorder Mike Wheeler was called upon, announcing there were 13 Petitions for Creation and 1 petition for affiliation which were approved of by a secret paper ballot confirming a majority in favor of the creation.
A motion was made and seconded to destroy the ballots. Recorder Mike Wheeler was called upon, announcing there were no petitions for Association.
There were four Petitions for Restoration which are a matter of record. There was 1 request for demit. It was communicated that the committee on remissions met and recommended the permanent remission of dues for one deserving Noble. Recorder Mike Wheeler moved that the dues be remitted for this Noble. The motion was seconded, approved of by a majority of the Nobility and the remission was granted. Illustrious Sir Randy Berry called for the introduction of visiting Nobles and was informed that no visiting Nobles had signed the register.
Illustrious Sir Randy Berry called for Committee reports. Noble Henry extended his gratitude for everyone s hard work and reminded everyone of the early bird special. Assistant Rabban Butch Pugh communicated that the Swap Meet numbers were presented earlier in the meeting.
He reminded the Nobles that the Swap Meet liaison will be High Priest and Prophet Jim Kerns and asked everyone to assist Jim with the upcoming event in whatever capacity they can. Final numbers will be presented at the monthly meeting in June.
Michael announced that ticket sales were going well and invited everyone to attend the May 17th meeting for those interested in helping at the event or assisting on the committee. Bingo Chairman Larry Adolphsen was called upon to give a report on Bingo. Illustrious Sir Wayne Spencer, P. He deferred to Noble Leroy Graham who would be presenting the report at the Spring Ceremonial this upcoming weekend Parade Director, Noble Ron Knold, indicated no report Director John Hooper extended his thanks to several deserving Nobles for their shared skills and donations to the Temple.
The bids for the roof repairs are being gathered and the contract is expected to be awarded soon. The repairs are expected to be in the range of to thousand dollars which is a bit less than anticipated. Noble Donnie reminded everyone that the Ceremonial will be held on May 13th. The new schedule has the restaurant opening at noon and Candidates are to sign in at 1: The class pictures will be taken prior to the first section which is scheduled for 3: Arch production will be at 4: Illustrious Sir Randy Berry reminded the Nobility that the appreciation Golf Tournament is coming up and those Nobles wanting a shirt must make reservations by May 19th.
Illustrious Sir Randy Berry communicated that although the Bass Tournament had to change locations, the event was a success. He also thanked the Warsaw Shrine Club for their hospitality and reminded everyone to be on the lookout for Jerri Dowdy s photos of the event. Membership Committee Chairman Jim Gargotta was called upon for a report. He also reminded everyone to confirm their personal Shrine information either through Web Fez or to the Ararat office. Illustrious Sir Randy Berry noted the following upcoming events: May 14th Mother s Day.
May 20th Marshall Parade. May 29th Memorial Day Temple will be closed. June 9th and 10th Warsaw Jubilee Days. June 14th Temple Meeting. June 17th Golf Tournament. June 17th Abdallah Cajun Party. Noble Jack Everly extended thanks to all those who attended the bass tournament and asked that all Nobles who have the opportunity to stop in the Long Shoal Marina and support Don, the owner of the venue, as he has always showed his support of the Shrine.
Noble Henry McDaniel, Jr. Noble Mike Wheeler requested help from the Nobility to help at the upcoming Ceremonial. Mac McWilliams, Mac Emeritus was recognized. Illustrious Sir Fred M. Chaplain Wes Wingfield gave the Benediction. The Meeting adjourned at 8: Waverly, nd Tuesday Weston Main St. Chance to win any of new guns Admittance to Sportsmen Event on Aug. Attendees will also have opportunities to win the items listed below on the day of event!
All-you-can-drink beer or soda: Must have photo I. Must provide event ticket or worker s lanyard to enter event. All Local, State, and Federal Laws will be adhered to. Must be 18 years of age to purchase ticket. Children up to age 5 are admitted free of charge. We encourage you to consider the fact that this is an adult-oriented event. Must be 21 years of age to consume beer. If a gun is substituted, the value will be equal to the purchased price. Need not be present to win.
We will ship to a FFL Dealer for transfer for those persons out of the area. Need not be present to WIN unless otherwise stated for additional on-site raffles. See the levels below. Please remember the Circus is our largest fund raiser and it starts as soon as the elephants leave the building.
How could they say NO?? Support the Circus! The Mom and Dad Pins are in. If you buy both the Mom and the Dad pin you will receive 50 crown jewel points.
They will receive 25 Crown Jewel Points for each pin. Our club just keeps growing which is why we moved to the Elks Lodge in Blue Springs. The facility is great and is going to work out well for us. The museum was fantastic and something of which Kansas City, Missouri should be very proud. We went to the Dubliner Irish Pub afterwards and had lunch. Check-in starts at 6: Drink and food specials will also be available. It s not all fun and games now.
The club sold bags of Vidalia Onions to support Ararat and the Club. I don t know how he does it, but our President, Noble Tony Kenna, somehow works in a little fun time even while we re selling. Take note, we meet the fourth Monday of each month.
It s incorrect in our Ararat Calendar. We meet at 6: If you would like to join us and be a part of the fun let us know.
I should also point out that we generally don t have our monthly meetings at the Elks lodge in May, June, July and August. These months are reserved for Club Outings and fundraisers. President Dothage gave the invocation. A supper of chicken, cheesy rice, broccoli, cauliflower and carrots, rolls and an assortment of desserts was served. The cooks were given a round of applause. Money was turned in for the onions and the gun raffle tickets.
The minutes of the April meeting were not available at the time and the treasurer s report was still being figured due to the onion money just being turned in. It was noted that all of the onions have been paid for at the Ararat Shrine.
Keith Stoneking seconded the motion and the motion passed. Bernie Miller seconded the motion and the motion was approved. Tim Rechterman made an announcement that the Marshall Parade is an all Shrine Parade so is rather impressive to see. Ambassador Alvin Kallenberger gave dates of upcoming events at the Ararat Temple.
He also announced that there should be around 20 candidates for the ceremonial. He encouraged members to attend the event. He shared information that Bingo is a good money maker for the Temple and encouraged members to attend a Bingo event. Shriners believe in philanthropy. You re a brother and a friend. You know you can make a difference. You re a Shriner. When you become a Shriner you become part of a brotherhood of men committed to family, engaged in ongoing personal growth, and dedicated to providing care for children in need.
While our backgrounds and interests may be diverse, what binds us together are shared values and a desire to have fun, do good, and build bonds that can last a lifetime. Becoming a Shriner is easier than you may think.
The rewards can be far more than you expect. We have not only been getting our vehicles out and ready for parade season, but on March 24th and 25th,we were at Bartle Hall with the Mecum Auto Auction organizing and driving the cars going across the Mecum auction block. The Ole Cars appreciates all the help that we received from friends, family and Nobles.
On May 13, at our Spring Ceremonial at Ararat Shrine, several of our members displayed their vehicles on the patio for our new Nobles to see. There is a lot of excitement among the Ole Cars surrounding the upcoming events at Ararat.
If anyone is interested, the Ole Cars meet at 7: Although they may seem like a common household tool, lawn mowers are one of the most dangerous items in our homes. Thousands of people are hurt while using lawnmowers each year these injuries can include deep cuts; loss of fingers, toes, and even limbs; burns and broken bones. However, many lawn mower-related injuries can be prevented by following some safety guidelines.
Keep Children Safe Children under 6 years of age should be kept indoors during mowing. Make sure children are a safe distance away from the area you plan to mow because rocks and debris often can shoot out while the lawn mower is running. Keep a close eye on children when a lawn mower is in use.
Make sure they do not run into the mower s path. Never allow children to play with the mower, even when it is turned off. A lawn mower is not a toy. Children should be at least 12 years old before operating a walk-behind lawn mower and at least 16 years old to operate a riding mower. Never allow children or any other passengers on a riding lawn mower because of the potential for falling under the mower and sustaining serious injuries. Weather and Terrain Do not cut grass when it s wet because it can cause your feet to lose traction and slide.
Do not use a mower on hills or slopes, to avoid having it tip over and cause injury. Prior to Mowing Read your mower s instruction manual and familiarize yourself with the product prior to use. Use a mower with a control that stops it from moving forward if the handle is released. Clear your lawn of items such as nails, sticks, rocks, toys, sports entertainment, dog bones, wire and equipment parts, so the debris does not cause damage or hurt anyone.
Lawnmower Usage Safety Tips During Usage Wear close-fitting long pants and long-sleeved shirts, eye protection and heavy gloves. Do not wear sandals or be barefoot. Wear sturdy shoes with good traction. Do not wear jewelry.
Always fill and start lawn mowers outdoors. Never fill the tank with gasoline when the lawn mower is on or hot. Do not remove safety devices or guards on switches. Never reach underneath a mower because the blade remains engaged even when it is shut off. Do not mow in reverse unless absolutely necessary.
To remove debris from mower use a stick or broom handle, not your hands. Always shut off the engine before leaving the mower unattended. Stay away from the engine cowling, as it can become very hot and burn unprotected flesh. Wait for blades to stop completely before crossing gravel roads, unclogging the chute, or removing the grass catcher. To learn more, watch our animated educational video about lawn mower safety, available for viewing on our YouTube channel, youtube.
In the video, Fezzy, our cute and cuddly Love to the rescue ambassador and mascot, shares tips on lawn mower safety in a fun and engaging film for all ages. Should an injury occur, the physicians and staff of Shriners Hospitals are here to help. For patient referral information, please call in the U. Both lines are staffed weekdays between 8 a.
The restaurant did a great job on the food, it was delicious. It was nice to have the Potentate, Divan ladies and past first ladies join us for lunch.