Aug. 29, 2012
-- The open-community event is in honor of missing toddler, Ayla Reynolds, who has been missing since December 2011 in Waterville, ME. Other families of missing will also be in attendance and will have tables set with information on their missing loved ones, as well. Some that will be present, are the family of Fay Johnson, 62, of Bethel, who has been missing since March 7, 2012 and the family of Jason Reil, 33, of Brunswick, who has been missing since Jan. 12., 2012.
This will be a rain or shine event and we encourage people to drive, or walk, as one does not have to ride a motorcycle in order to participate. Bring your family, lawn chairs and enjoy great food, music while supporting a worthy cause. Some of the proceeds from the event is a fundraiser for the nonprofit organization, LostNMissing Inc., based out of New Hampshire, which works with families of missing; including the maternal family of Ayla Reynolds.
The afternoon will be spent enjoying live radio remote with 107.5 Frank (WFNK) and a $5 per person BBQ meal that begins at 1:00 pm. in addition to the BBQ, 50/50 raffles and door prizes will be done. eseih All participants will receive one free ticket towards the community doorprizes and additional entry tickets can be purchased at the event. Some of the generous community donors providing gift certificates are Big Moose Harley-Davidson, LA Harley, Central Maine MotorSports, Sturbridge Yankee Workshop, Arcana- Healing Jewelry and Arts, Andy's Old Port Pub, and many more! A live broadcast by 107.5 Frank FM. Disc jockey Leif Erickson who will be giving away pair of tickets to see ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd on Sept. 7 at Scarborough Downs. If you are unable to attend, be sure to tune in to 107.5 Frank FM.
For more information, please contact Kimberly Curless, Manager of Event and Promotions for Big Moose Harley-Davidson, the sponsors of the Ride For Ayla, at (207) 650-2115.