Oaks Motorcycle Ride and Car Show
Date(s) - 07/22/2017
8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Motorcycle Ride + Car Show, Saturday, July 22nd. This charitable fundraiser to be held at 2659 Center Rd., Hinckley, OH 44233 will all proceeds benefiting the Medina County’s Oaks Family Care Center and their new support group model for families affected by addiction.
A 2017 Harley Davidson Street Glide Special Motorcycle will be raffled off at the event and Sponsored by Choice Traditions Consolidated Casework, Liberty Ford and Stinger Harley Davidson. Dan’s Dogs and Kona Ice will have food trucks present and live, classic, rock-n-roll music will be performed by the Sloppy Joe band.
Registration begins at 8am. Motorcycle Ride leaves at 9am. Show time is 10:30am to 1pm. Participation tickets start at $35. An event t-shirt and lunch is included with all registered participants. Motorcycle raffle tickets are one (1) for $100 or ten (10) for $500. Need not be present to win. To purchase tickets for this event or to make a donation for this cause, go to www.Oaks-Motorcycle-Ride.eventbrite.com. Provide proof of participation tickets at registration table on July 22nd and receive welcome packet and registration form for participation.
Oaks Family Care Center is a family service agency and resource center providing support and encouragement to fathers, mothers, teens, and those in crisis since 1998. Their focused mission is to embrace life and strengthen families within our communities by providing services that include counseling, family building programs, parenting workshops, material goods, visitation programs and more. The organization originally derived from a desire to meet the changing needs of those within the community.
This year, Oaks will be launching a training program for professionals and potential volunteers who are interested in learning how to facilitate a 16-session, evidence-based, support group model for families affected by addiction. The program is proven to strengthen recovery, increase successful family reunification, and improve healthy family living skills. Participants will also learn facts about alcohol, drug and brain chemistry, domestic violence risk and protective factors and how addiction affects the whole family.
“Drug addiction causes havoc to so many people and is devastating to our communities’ children and families,” says Co-Founder, Betty Barlow. “Solving this crisis continues to rise on the Oaks’ priority list.”
To learn more about the Oaks, visit us online at www.Oaks-Family-Care.org or call us at 330.220.7777.