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Rohoboth, MA – July 19, 2014: 5th Annual Sgt. Kyle Harrington Memorial Bike Run

Saturday, July 19, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Host Faith Harrington

We are hosting our annual bike run to honor Sgt. Kyle J. Harrington and to benefit his Scholarship Fund that awards scholarships to Joseph Case High School Seniors who are planning on pursuing a career in criminal justice upon graduation.

On January 24, 2009, Swansea native Sgt. Kyle J. Harrington was killed while serving his country during his second deployment in Iraq. Kyle left behind his wife, Faith, two young children, Josh and Kaylee, and countless other family members and friends. To know Kyle was to know true honor. He had such a positive impact on so many lives that those closest to him want to ensure that he is never forgotten. We are organizing a Motorcycle Ride in his honor scheduled for what would have been the weekend of Kyle’s 30th Birthday on Saturday July 19, 2014. The route will begin at Francis Farm and travel through an hour-long route throughout Swansea, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Attleboro, ultimately returning back to Francis Farm. After the ride there will be a celebration, where anyone can purchase tickets to come and enjoy the afternoon of food, friends, raffles, music and of course honoring Kyle’s memory in support of a great local cause.

Registration is from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Francis Farm.
Kickstands up at 10:45 a.m.
Returning at 12 p.m.

Registration fee of $25 includes t-shirt and lunch.

ALL (INCLUDING NON-RIDERS) ARE WELCOME TO JOIN US FOLLOWING THE RIDE TO CELEBRATE KYLE’S 30th BIRTHDAY.

For more questions or information please contact:
Faith Harrington at 1-774-526-4873 or
Meagan Graham at 1-401-265-3309
Katlyn Denis at 1-508-846-2520 or
Sgtkyleharrington@gmail.com

Location:
Francis Farm
27 Francis Farm Road
Rehoboth, MA
sgtkyleharrington@gmail.com

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