Returning Vets Coat Ride
Frozen Tundra Ride
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Join us in congratulating Kenny "Dawg" Daniels for being selected as our new Head Road Captain. Kenny replaces Dave Vaughn who served in the position for the past 4 years. A huge thanks to Dave for his service leading our Road Crew and congratulations to Kenny!
...and More Officer Changes
Also announced at the February meeting Bonita Haapanen and JD Blackwell have decided to step down as Chapter Ride Coordinator and Photographer repectively. Make sure to take a minute and thank them for the countless hours they provided to serve the Chapter members over the past few years. Thank you both for your contributions!
Chapter Photographer Opportunity!
A Huge Thanks to Latcha Cares!
We took a minute to say thanks and recognize the huge contribution made by Latcha Cares and the Waxlers to the annual "Coats for Vets" drive. We presented them with a certificate of appreciation and they also accepted a recognition plaque on behalf of Latcha Cares.
Patches, Patches and More Patches!
A-Z Ride, Frozen Tundra Ride and Volunteer rocker patches are in! If you participated in any of these rides or volunteered during 2016 you can get your patches at the March chapter meeting. If you can't be there reach out to any of the chapter officers to arrange to pick them up. Please remember that Frozen Tundra rockers are only available to riders and passengers.
March 12 is LOH and Activities St. Patty’s Day Shindig
Everyone come on out and enjoy a great day out in Romeo. We will be at Younger’s Irish Traven at 3:00 pm till the cows come home. Wear your green and have some delicious food. All your friends will be there so don’t miss out on the shenanigans.
It's HERE! Lodging info for the 2017 GL HOG Rally...
Aug 17-19, 2017
Rally Central/Host Hotel
2186 Shunk Rd
Sault Ste Marie MI
Room rates from $109-$129, room code HOG Rally, Call hotel Direct
Stay up to date at the Rally Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/GreatLakesHogRally
Wolverine HOG Chapter #1332 typically has over 900 registered members, why so many? Because we follow the H.O.G.® motto, Ride and Have Fun! There is no better way to experience the Harley-Davidson life style than with the Wolverine Chapter, the fun starts here.
To enroll, download the enrollment form here or pick one up at Wolverine H-D. Complete the form and return with payment to the Chapter. Checks should be written to ‘Wolverine Chapter #1332’. You need to be a member of H.O.G.® in order to join a Chapter. You may enroll in the Chapter at any time throughout the year. The membership is valid from January until December.
The completed form with payment can be dropped off at Wolverine H-D or mailed to:
Wolverine Chapter #1332
44660 N. Gratiot Ave
Clinton Twp, MI 48038
The best option is to bring it to a Chapter meeting and get your participation in gear!
Once your form is submitted and processed you will receive a membership card.
General Membership Chapter Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of every month at the Concorde Inn of Clinton Township at 44315 Gratiot Ave. just south of Wolverine Harley Davidson. Meetings start at 7pm.
We keep the meetings informal and informative; it’s a great time to socialize with other Chapter members and find out about upcoming Chapter events and activities. Guests are always welcome to attend.
Thank You and Welcome to Wolverine Chapter #1332
Wolverine Chapter #1332 presented checks to various charity organizations at the February chapter meeting. Representatives from Wigs for Kids, Kids on the Go and Angels of Hope each received a check for $1,000 and took a few minutes to describe how that money will be used for each of their programs. Our contributions will help children in the metro Detroit area who are faced with challenges such as autism, hair loss caused by childrens' diseases and financial disparity.
In total the chapter contributed $13,000 to children's charity organizations for 2016. More then half of this money was generated through riding activities and events without any financial impact to the chapter or our members. Examples of this are bike washes, picnic outings and local restaurants contributing a percentage of sales from a dinner ride. The remainder was raised during our annual collection drive in November. It is important to note that none of the donated monies come from general Chapter finances or member dues. None of this happens without the help of volunteers to coordinate these activities and work with local businesses. THANK YOU!
Wolverine Chapter #1332 presented over $13,000 to children's charities for 2016.