HV Riders Christmas Party Celebration
In the Spirit of Living and Giving
This Christmas Party was quite a success with more than 40 riders attending and celebrating the Holidays. As is tradition, the HV Riders participate in events year round raising funds to donate to charities throughout Dearborn County.
This year, the HVL Riders gave checks totaling $750 ($250 each) to three charities who provide support to those needing a little help to get back on their feet with food items to healing and a place to live.
This year’s charities were:
Dearborn Food Pantry(The North Dearborn Pantry’s mission is to provide food, clothing, and other services to the residents in need of northern Dearborn County Indiana.)
Safe Passage(a non profit organization whose mission is to provide help, healing and hope to build a community free of domestic and sexual violence) and,
Yes Home (The YES Home is a residential group home for youths ages 13 thru 18, providing a structured, nurturing environment for abused, neglected and abandoned children).
“We are always looking for new riders to join our group” said John Kidd, President of HVRiders. As we say; “You don’t stop riding when you get old, you get old when you stop riding.”
Are you a new resident or recently acquired your ride? Want to meet others who love to ride?
We are a group of riders who live in and around Hidden Valley Lake. We welcome men and women riders and all makes of motorcycles. Hidden Valley Riders invite you to attend any of our monthly meetings.
Hidden Valley Riders Charitable Fund supports local charities such as PAWS-Dearborn County Animal Shelter, North Dearborn Pantry, Hidden Valley Lake Scholarship Fund and Hidden Valley Community Events.
IT’S TIME – LET’S GO
2019 HVR BOARD
President: John Kidd
Vice President: Bob Will
Secretary: Annie Reatherford
Treasurer: Mark Hollingsworth
Sergeant at Arms: John Gehlenborg
HVR Membership & Media: Jan Dressman
2nd Thursday | 7 p.m. | Willie’s downstairs reception bar