February 5, 2009 at 12:34 pm #1167May 26, 2014 at 12:24 am #4485
Confirmed HOTH Mission: EXTREMELY SHORT NOTICE: The Patriot Guard Riders have been invited to participate in the Memorial Day program of a Elementary School in Georgetown, Tx. These students are having school on this holiday to make up for a weather day they used in winter. Here is a small excerpt from the written request by their teacher:
“We have school on Monday and are doing a ceremony in the front of the school at 9:30. I am going to take advantage of this day and try to teach my kids why this day is important. Both my father and grandfather served and this is a great way for me to recognize them. One of the things I am going to talk to my kids about is rolling thunder and what is more awesome and American than bikes riding it with flags. The school is Annie Purl Elementary in Georgetown and the ceremony is scheduled to begin at 9:30. I just think this would be something our students would never forget. We are the lowest income school in the district and they don't get to see amazing things like this everyday. Thanks so much for your time.”
Date/Time: Monday, May 26th, 2014 9:30am
Location: Annie Purl Elementary School, 1700 Laurel St. Georgetown Tx
Directions: We will stage at the S/W corner of University Ave (Hwy 29) and S. Main St, Georgetown, TX. There is a small convenience store on that corner which is closed for business. We will park on that paved parking lot. The Dos Salsas Cafe is across the street on the north west corner.
Map link: tinyurl.com/Univ-MainGT
8:45am – 9:15am Staging
9:15am – Mission Briefing
9:25am – KSU to the school for a full flag ride in to begin the program (ALL BIKES INVITED)
Wx: Lo – 70 Hi – 86 Cloudy with 50% chance of rain.
CHECK THE THREAD ON THE WEBSITE BEFORE LEAVING HOME FOR POSSIBLE STAND DOWN (Wx) (KVUE Wx)
Notes: The program is supposed to be 20-30 minutes long, then we will depart.
Ride Captain: Steve von Roeder 512-230-2080 email@example.comMay 26, 2014 at 5:24 pm #4486
Thanks to everyone who came out today. 17 bikes, one cage 19 folks in all. Special thanks to the 'flag detail" well done. The thank you notes from the kids were very special .. it was a great way to spend Memorial Day.
I hope everyone got home safely and before the rain hit.
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