The Sons of the Savior Motorcycle Ministries is hosting a Benefit Ride Saturday, Oct. 22 to raise funds in support of local cancer patient Pam Bell. The Ride will begin and end at 301 Wingz in Fayetteville.
Thus far, Bell’s family has exhausted every option, ride organizer Ann Provencher said. “She’s on an experimental treatment, and the insurance doesn’t cover supplies and things she needs. That’s why we’re doing the benefit ride.”
Registration begins at 10 a.m., and the ride starts at noon. To ride is $20 per motorcycle, $10 per motorcycle passenger, and $20 per car (no matter how many passengers). There will also be raffle tickets for door prizes.
Riders will form a caravan of well-wishers that will ride past Bell’s home in a show of support. Afterwards, the ride leads back to 301 Wingz, where the door prizes will be raffled.
Riders can plan for an approximate 35-mile roundtrip and the weather is expected to be a sunny, 75-degree day.
All proceeds from registration and raffle tickets to Bell and her family for medical, home care and quality of life expenses, while she continues to fight the illness at home.
Provencher said the ride and fundraiser is a surprise for Bell, and an opportunity for riders to show their support and encouragement. To help other than ride, please visit Amazon to see Bell’s Wish List: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2QS8X23BL8I4M?ref_=wl_share.
For more information on the benefit ride or to donate, call 910-670-9280.