The planning and support by local businesses and individuals for this event was staggering. It was great to see so many people supporting such a great cause! We had the best weather and incidents were low. It was a pleasure to have volunteered helping with radio communications for such a great group of people. Thank you everyone that helped organize and raise money to fight MS!
Bike MS 2015
Date: Sept. 12-13, 2015
Gateway St. Louis area
We shall be gaining proficiency with amateur radio during the event assisting with safety and other needs. More amateur radio licensees are needed to help out and if you are licensed please contact us to learn how. If you would like to ride in the event to help raise money for MS or would like to help out in other ways please sign up with them right away! Bike MS
Get ready for a great time and for a great cause!by Booch
Take part in a long-standing annual cleanup! If you would like to assist please contact The Mighty 211 which organized the event or us so that the proper meal arrangements can be made. Review the Facebook event below and join everyone for some more good clean fun!
Where: Arnold City Park is located off Jeffco Blvd. and #1 Bradley Beach Road.
When: Saturday, March 7 at 8:30am – 1:00pm in CST
“This will the 24th year for the wintertime cleanup. There will be some kind of a light breakfast, and a warm lunch following the cleanup. There will be a couple places we will be working this year. Please dress for the weather. This event will go on, rain or shine, snow or blizzard, sunny or cloudy, etc. All ages and physical ability locations to work at. No one will be on the water, this is strictly a land based cleanup.”by Booch
We are setting up for long term recovery in Highlands NJ over the next month if anyone in that area would like to volunteer their time. Our operations continue in some other states as well, please inquire if you have interest in serving our communities.
The Sandy Hook Unit made it an absolute pleasure to serve. Throughout our time of assistance there, the National Park Service never left our youth or our disaster assistance group in need of anything. A simple phone call to them will get you started on a fun and exciting working vacation. We highly recommend it!
Here is an article they were nice enough to write up about our time assisting there:by Booch
Thanks to my friends and team members for helping with cleaning up St. Charles! We really made a difference in an area Ryan Young found for our team to clean! Him and his nephew did so awesome! Gabriel Cotton and his kids did great as well! You guys rocked it! The St Charles Presbyterian Church with Margaret Osborn and Pastor Ronnie Osborn, their active youth group including my son and wife as well as others helped us put a huge dent in the filth!