Written by: John DeRousie, Custom Marketing Solutions
Fulton, NY – Karrie Damm, executive director of the Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County, has announced that Phil Church, Oswego County Administrator, and Doug Malone, Oswego County Legislator for the 20th District, will serve as celebrity riders for the CAC 9th Annual Blue Ribbon Ride Against Child Abuse to be held Saturday.
The Blue Ribbon Ride begins at 10 a.m. at Wheel-A-Way Motorsports, 947 S. First St. (Route 57) in Fulton.
“I am very grateful that two important men in our community are leading the way in raising awareness to combat child abuse in Oswego County. It is a strong show of support for the children and families that such leaders are willing to give their time to be part of this event,” says Damm.
The 70-mile ride throughout Oswego County is followed by a family picnic at Wheel-A-Way Motorsports beginning at noon.
Additionally, Damm mentioned that a number of businesses, organizations, and individuals have stepped forth to help sponsor this event.
“I am happy to welcome CSI Inc., Wheel-A-Way Motorsports, Limp Lizard Bar-B-Que, Greg & Karen Oakes, Nelson Law Firm, Cheryl Martin-Schroeder, Pediatric N.P., Oswego County Deputies Association, Amdursky, Pelky, Fennell & Wallen, P.C., Fulton Management Services, Inc., Alliance Bank, NA, Fulton Savings Bank, Pathfinder Bank, and ABATE of Oswego County as major sponsors for the Blue Ribbon Ride,” she said. “It is nice to know that the efforts of the Child Advocacy Center are recognized by outstanding members of the community.”
Registration is still open for riders and passengers.
A $30 donation per driver and a $20 donation per passenger are requested.
Riders who obtain $150 or more in donations will ride and dine for free.
Drivers and riders will also be able to register the day of the event beginning at 8:30 a.m.
The cost of the post-ride picnic is $10 for adults, $5 for children.
For more information contact the CAC at 315-592-4453.
All proceeds from the ride will be used to support child abuse victims in Oswego County.