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USCA 35th National Rally in Mountain View, Arkansas - June 20-23, 2013
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SwampFox
Posted 8/7/2013 1:57 PM (#73297 - in reply to #73281)
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DR, the head count it was about 185. We had 65 rigs in the Saturday morning show, plus maybe another 1/2 dozen rigs out & about.
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Posted 8/7/2013 1:58 PM (#73298 - in reply to #66738)
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Thanks.
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Posted 9/4/2013 3:56 AM (#73736 - in reply to #73298)
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I received this Thank You Note:

 I just wanted once again say THANK YOU GUYS for your generous donation to our charity.  You really don't know how much it was appreciated.  Rest assured that every dime went to the Arkansas Children's Hospital.  Due to your help we have been able to raise enough money to meet our goal and buy a zero weight treadmill for the Kids.  It was one of their greatest needs. 

 We presented our check to the Arkansas Children's Hospital during our ride on Sept. 15, 2013.
 
 Thanks Again..............Don Null, Co-Chairman Arkansas Bikers for Children
 
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$1,200+ was raised for the Arkansas Bikers for Children during our National Rally in Mountain View.  The USCA extends our thanks to ABC for enhancing our rally. /Lee
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SideCar
Posted 9/4/2013 2:16 PM (#73747 - in reply to #66738)
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Great news, Lee. Thanks for passing that along.

By the way, just to tempt you to come west in October, I thought I would let you know that our Ride for Kids event in the DFW area includes a planned lap on the Texas Motor Speedway and the host hotel is a great hotel right across from the speedway - Just sayin......
I'll post a link and info later so I don't hijack this thread too badly.
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notanlines
Posted 9/4/2013 4:59 PM (#73749 - in reply to #66738)
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Biscuit and I also want to say what great news that is, Lee. Helping kids in any way possible always puts a smile on our face. Gary, we'd like to head to Texas but the BBBq rally in Fayetteville will
probably take up our spare days. We hope to see a few of you at that rally. Jim and Brenda in Memphis
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SwampFox
Posted 9/17/2013 8:15 PM (#74064 - in reply to #73749)
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[QUOTE]notanlines - 9/4/2013 4:59 PM
... Helping kids in any way possible always puts a smile on our face....

In a small way, we sidecarists have contributed to the saving the life of Kali Hardig:

Kali Hardig, 12, contracted amebic meningoencephalitis [a rare but nearly always fatal disease] at a Little Rock, Ark., waterpark in July.  She is only the third known survivor of the deadly infection in the last 50 years....  Doctors say Kali's success is due in large part to experimental treatment and early detection and diagnosis.  Kali's mother took her to Arkansas Children's Hospital with a nasty fever on July 19.  Doctors cooled the girl's body down to try to reduce the swelling, and they won clearance to treat her with a breast cancer drug....

Kali hugging Scout, the Arkansas Children's Hospital mascot: 



Read more here: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/girl-survived-brain-eating-amoeba-leaves-hospital-article-1.1453310#ixzz2fCKt1fae

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Posted 9/17/2013 8:17 PM (#74065 - in reply to #66738)
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Very cool
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