American Legion Riders of Post #925 of Norfolk raises $4,825 for Wounded Warrior Fund
On July 13, the American Legion Riders of Post #925 (Norfolk) hosted a fundraiser for The 10th Mountain Division/Fort Drum Wounded Warrior Fund. We held our traditional ham and salt potatoes dinner and raffled off many prizes that had been donated by the local communities. We were able to raise $4,825.
Raising this much money for such a good cause would not have been possible without the wonderful support and generosity of our local communities and the dedicated work of our members. The ride would not have been possible without the exceptionally generous support and hospitality of the American Legion Post #1479 (Hogansburg), America Legion Post #939 (Brushton-Moira), American Legion Post #514 (Winthrop), Massena Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #1143, and our very own American Legion Post #925 of Norfolk.We are very grateful to the Norfolk Fire Department for their assistance during the ride. We would also like to thank all of the members of the American Legion Riders for their time and diligence in helping make this a success.
We would like to acknowledge the selfless contributions that were made by the following individuals, organizations, and local businesses:
American Legion Post #420 (Waddington), Sons of the American Legion Post #514 (Winthrop), American Legion Post #514 Auxiliary (Winthrop), American Legion Post #925 (Norfolk), American Legion Post #925 Auxiliary (Norfolk),Amvets Post #1997 (Heuvelton), Amvets Post #262 (Colton), Amvets Post #265 (Parishville), Art’s Used Cars (Waddington), Best Western University Inn (Canton), Border Life Wine and Spirits, Brewer Bookstore (SLU), Busters Restaurant (Ogdensburg), Harry and Judy Caringi, Al and Linda Carpenter, The Cascade Inn, Coakley Carpet One (Canton), Christian Motorcycle Association, Commercial Press, Community Bank (Madrid), Christie Ann Cooper, Marilyn Derouchie, Donna's Hair Styles (Canton), Fairgrounds Inn, Fabulous Finds Boutique and Consignment (Massena), The Freetrader, Green Mountain Harley-Davidson (Essex Junction, VT), Jelly Bean’s Riverside Campground (Brasher), JC’s River Run, LIFE – Literacy Is For Everyone, Marc and Elizabeth LoGalbo, Madrid Main Street Market,Martin’s General Store, Massena Savings and Loans, Mr. Bill’s Patches, Tim Moon, Kevin Moriarty, Thomas and Maria Morrison, North Country Auto Parts (Canton), North Country Now, North Country Savings and Loan, Jim and Sharon Palmer, Greg and Elisabeth Piede, Pepsi Cola, Lois Pernice, Terry and Donna Peterson, Punishers Motorcycle Club, Bob and Lori Queor, Red Knights Motorcycle Club, Chris Remick, Renegade Accessories, Riverside Liquors (Canton), St. Lawrence Federal Credit Union (Ogdensburg), Seacomm (Massena), Steve Sedlock III, Steve Sedlock IV, Royal and Gail Sheldon, Shoulette’s Redemption Depot, Silver Leaf Diner (Dekalb), Bob and Kaye Smith, Lynn Smith, Smugglers Café,Snell's CITGO (Canton), Star Route Sales (Canton), Eloise Sterling, Kevin and Helen Sterling, Cindy Sullivan, SUNY Canton Bookstore, Waddington Hardware and Building Supply Tru-Value, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #6338 (Gouverneur), Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #1194 (Potsdam), Wal-Mart (Potsdam), Wayne’s Service Center (Madrid),White's Flowers (Canton), and Ye Olde Liquors (Canton).
Our next big charity ride will be July 11th, 2020 – we hope to see you there.
Thomas Morrison, president
American Legion Riders Post #925