Join us on Sunday, September 20th
and make someone's Wish become a Reality!
"Shar's Ride for MS"
The 2016 “Shar's Ride for MS”, now in its 8th year, on Sunday, September 18, 2016. Multiple Sclerosis is the most commonly diagnosed neurological disease found in individuals between the ages of 15 to 40—this area of Southwestern Ontario has a high number of affected people. Reports from local neurologists tell us that approximately 700 to 800 citizens in our area have been diagnosed.
All motorcycle riders are welcome to participate in the "Ride for MS" Poker Run, to benefit the Windsor-Essex County Chapter of the MS Society. This great ride starts with Registration beginning at 9:00AM and will run until 10:30AM (location not confirmed at the time of updating this site. Will provide a.s.a.p. so keep tuned!) The ride ends with a full course Family Style Dinner at the Columbus Center of South Windsor, 2014 Columbus Drive, Windsor, Ontario CANADA N9E 1R8 at 4:30pm.
We welcome non-riders as there are DINNER ONLY TICKETS available for $30 each and when purchasing in a set of 2 tickets, a tax receipt for $25 will be issued by the MS Society of Canada by year's end!
TO PURCHASE "DINNER ONLY TICKETS" OR "MAKE A PLEDGE", CLICK ON THE CONTACT BUTTON AT THE TOP RIGHT TO CONTACT SHAR TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR YOUR REQUEST!
REGISTRATION: Rider $100 (FREE with $100 in Pledges)
Passenger $100 (FREE with $100 in Pledges)
Rider & Passenger Registration INCLUDES Poker Ride,
FREE Door Prize Ticket & Dinner
DINNER ONLY TICKETS: $30 ea. Set of 2 $60 plus Tax Receipt for $25
FOLLOWING DINNER: Chinese Auction, 50/50 and $10 Grab Bag for FUN!
This event is not put on by a select few... it's the Participants (Riders & Non Riders), the community with their pledges, and our Sponsors (Diamond $1,000 & Ruby $300) with their support, donations & contributions make this work! Our Volunteer Team is a big important part but without everyone else, it wouldn't be what it is today!
To date, Shar's Ride for MS has raised $57,207 to be used "locally" in assisting those with MS in a number of ways—aid towards the purchase of much needed assisted devices for mobility that enhance the quality of their lives! How much better can you get than that?