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Saturday
26
MAY

12th Annual Ride to Remember! Charity Family Bike Ride

10:30
14:00
Harbor Hospice
Event organized by Harbor Hospice

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Don't just Ride, Ride to Remember!

—a 15-mile bike ride around Spring Lake to benefit Harbor Hospice and The Leila and Cyrus Poppen Hospice residence. Sponsored by the Fruitport Lions Club and Fruitport Chiropractic Center. The ride starts at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 26 from Fruitport Edgewood Elementary, 3255 Pontaluna Road. Check-in begins at 10:30 a.m. The registration fee is $15 for adults and $5 for children under the age of 16. Registration includes a free Fruitport Old Fashioned Days lunch at the conclusion of the ride.

This event focuses on the joy of families spending time together. After the Ride to Remember, why not spend the afternoon enjoying some of the Fruitport Old Fashioned Days events, many of which are free — make it a fun-filled day.

Advance Registration is appreciated; however, you can still register on the day of the event. Pre-order T-Shirts available by May 11, 2018. Registration forms are available at Harbor Hospice, Fruitport Chiropractic Center and Fruitport Lions club; or CLICK HERE to download.

Proceeds from this event will benefit the Leila and Cyrus Poppen Hospice Residence, a program of Harbor Hospice, located in Fruitport Township on nine wooded acres near The Lakes Mall. This home-like residence with 14 private patient rooms, serves people who are terminally ill when home care is no longer the best answer. Over 2,700 patients have been served at the residence since 2005.

Sponsored by: Fruitport Lions Club and Fruitport Chiropractic Center

For more information please call Fruitport Chiropractic Center at 231.728.3442 or Ammy Seymour at 231.845.5060 or 1.800.497.9559 or email info@HarborHospiceMI.org or visit us at HarborHospiceMI.org.

Harbor Hospice, serving Muskegon, Oceana, Mason, Ottawa, and Newaygo counties.