Bike and Car Enthusiasts Rally Together To Prevent Child Abuse [AUDIO]
On Wednesday’s edition of Lubbock’s First News, Stephanie Brady and Caitlin Holmes from Family Guidance and Outreach Services talked with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about an upcoming event to help prevent child abuse.
April is Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness month, and this year the Family Guidance and Outreach Service will be putting on its 15th Annual Blue Ribbon Rally bike and car show. The show will take place Saturday, April 27th starting at 10 AM in the Depot District. Admission to the event is free and will also feature a raffle for a new 2013 Harley-Davidson Seventy-Two motorcycle.
Also in April, Family Guidance and Outreach Services will be putting on a memory ride and candlelight vigil in remembrance of the children who have died as a result of child abuse. The ride will take place on April 7th and starts at Mackenzie Park at 3:30 and will end at Second Baptist Church where the vigil will take place. Participants are required to bring their own motorcycles. All proceeds from both events will go to Family Guidance and Outreach Services.
For more information on the Blue Ribbon Rally, call Stephanie Brady at 806-747-5577 or check out their website at blueribbonrally.com.