TOLEDO (WTVG) - The Family and Child Abuse Prevention Center is hosting it’s 6th annual motorcycle run on June 29th.
It starts in the afternoon at Signature Harley-Davidson in Perrysburg. First out at 1pm, last out at 3pm and the run finishes at Toledo Harley-Davidson with an after party. There will be entertainment, games, food, raffles and more at Toledo Harley-Davidson on Central Avenue. Stops include Axe 419, Freeze Daddy’s, Pop It Paint It, Majestic Oak Winery, Mail Pouch Saloon, and Copper Moon Studio.
All proceeds benefit the prevention center, riders pay $25 and passengers $5.
The Family and Child Abuse Prevention Center was founded in 1974 by local pediatrician, Dr. Bernard Cullen, and a small group of concerned citizens, who saw first hand the devastating effects of child abuse. While child protection and law enforcement agencies have a crucial role in child protection, the founders had the foresight to see the need for additional community partners. From the compassion, dedication, and vision of this small group of people, an organization has evolved with dedicated professionals who diligently work to break the cycle of family violence. With offices in Lucas and Ottawa counties, Family and Child Abuse Prevention Center serves over 50,000 people each year.
You can pre-register by either calling 419-244-3053 ext. 233 or email firstname.lastname@example.org