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Ride to Remember: To Healing Field, Lawrenceburg, KY

Motorcycle group will leave from Five Star, 802 Jamestown ST, Columbia, KY, at 8amCT, Saturday, August 13, 2011 in support of Kentucky National Guard Fund
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By Joe Hare

On Saturday August 13th there will be a roar all across the state of Kentucky as motorcyclists head for Lawrenceburg, KY and the Healing Field. This ride is in support of the Kentucky National Guard Memorial Fund that is raising funds to build a memorial to our fallen National Guard heroes.


Group rides will begin in Paducah, Bowling Green, Elizabethtown, Glasgow, Columbia, Somerset, Bardstown, Beaver Dam, Walton, Winchester, London, Frankfort and other locations. All groups will arrive at the Healing Field in Lawrenceburg by 1300 hours in time for the meal and program.

The group from Columbia will be leaving from the 5 Star, 802 Jamestown ST, Columbia, KY at 0800, Saturday, August 13, 2011 There is a $25 registration fee which goes to the building of the Memorial in Frankfort.

Anyone wishing to make this easy ride with us through Russell Spring, Liberty, Danville and Harrordsburg may show up on the morning of the ride or contact Joe Hare at (270) 634-0285.

Anyone along our route that would like to join can also be signed up as we go, to do so contact Joe Hare prior to Saturday the 13th. Each pre paid rider will have a bracelet for quick access the the meal. door prizes, tee shirt and patch that each will receive. You may sign up at Lawrenceburg it will just take a little longer when you get there.

More info can be found on this link: Ride to Remember


This story was posted on 2011-07-31 14:48:18
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Healing Field, Lawrenceburg, KY



2011-07-31 - Lawrenceburg, KY - Photo by Joe Hare.
Lawrenceburg's Healing Field was created by the American Legion Auxiliary as a tribute to fallen Warriors. It is the nation's only permanent Healing Field. The Healing Field is adjacent to American Legion Post 34 and the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds at 725 West Broadway Street, Lawrenceburg, KY 40342-1385 one block east on Route 62 (725 W. Broadway) off the 127 by-pass. Lawrenceburg is 10 miles south of I-64 (on Rt.127) from Kentucky's capital city of Frankfort, and 3 miles north of the Blue Grass Parkway (about 22 miles west ofLexington, KY).

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