Yes the forecast is wet,however the children still need us. So please dig out the rain gear and help us put a big smile on a child's face

The Fredericton Motorcycle Club would be very pleased if you would help support our up coming charity event in support of the D.E.C.H. Children’s Ward.

This year our Toy Ride takes place June 14th 2014. We are celebrating our 30th Ride ! Arrive early to receive a limited Edition 30th Anniversary Shirt.

The ride begins at the parking lot of the Canadian Tire, Two Nations Crossing (North Side) On site registration between 9:30 am & 10:45 am Ride begins at 11 am sharp.

The Motorcyclist will enjoy a scenic country ride to Stanley. At the Stanley school there will be a barbeque, Show-N-Shine, 50/50 draw, etc.

Upon our return we will end at the D.E.C.H. for the presentations of the Toys and monies raised to the Child Life Unit of the D.E.C.H.

Charitable donation tax receipt

If you or your company wished to make a donation and require a tax receipt here is how it’s done!
Make your cheque payable to the Doctor Everett Chalmers Hospital, Child Life Unit.

Please bring the cheque with you on Saturday or contact us and we will arrange to pick it up. We 
Would like to turn in all moneys collected on Saturday.
Remember, the FMC donates every penny collected; we do not have an administration or carrying cost. We all donate our time freely for the kids !!

The Fredericton Motorcycle Club has been the most consistent supporter of the D.E.C.H. Children’s Life Unit since 1985! All of the funds raised and 
Toys collected go to the hospitalized Children

Please help us Brighten A Child’s Stay!!

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