Santa Bruce Stopped In To Bounce Some Babes On His Knee!
"Wolverine Chapter Sure Knows How To Party!!
CHANG CHANG CHANG!
A Spooktacular Time!
Such a Spooky Crowd!
Lot's of Fun, Lot's of Trucks!
You Can't Rain on Our Parade!
Published on Friday, 20 September 2013 10:36
A Message From Our Sponsor
Dear H.O.G. Chapter members,
Please join me on Sunday September 29th for this very special ride. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Friends of Macomb County Veteran's Treatment Court, a local nonprofit organization that provides aid to veterans who suffer from issues related to military service. Numerous Veterans were not diagnosed with P.T.S.D. (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) upon their return from service. Macomb County has numerous Veterans who have nowhere to turn for help. They are lost in a cycle of drugs and alcohol, and have ended up in the court system feeling helpless, homeless and abandoned by those they once so bravely served.
The Macomb County Veteran's Treatment Court is a 24 Month program that gives these great people a second chance. The first graduating class will be in November. There will be 22 graduates who will begin the rest of their lives alcohol and drug free, with a renewed attitude and outlook on life. I am very excited to be a part of this great event, and like our Ride for Freedom, I am looking forward to serving them and our Veterans for as long as the good Lord allows me too.Read more: Ride For Those Who Served
Published on Friday, 30 August 2013 13:15
Written by Lynda Manuszak
Derived from the legend that a swan is mute until moments before death during which it sings a beautiful song, a swan song is an action ending something epic.
In reality, the so-called mute swan is not mute. It grunts, snorts, hisses, makes shrill noises, and in flight produces a sighing whistle from the action of its wings on the downstroke. Other swans are even more vocal. The trumpeter swan is noted for its sonorous voice. The whistling swan calls with a soft musical tone.
Although they look quite graceful and peaceful from a distance, the birds can be quite vicious.Read more: Is this our Swan Song?
Published on Monday, 05 August 2013 22:04
Just a friendly reminder, Chapter members must show their membership cards at all Chapter rides/events, Even if we (think) we know you are a current member. Please have your membership card handy and show it when asked. If you don't have your membership card with you, you will have to sign a waiver. This isn't our rule, it is a H.O.G. rule and has to do with liability. For those that want to bring guests, they will need to sign a waiver. If you are bringing a minor guest, the minor release form must be signed by the legal guardian/parent of that child if they are under 17. If a minor is 17 years of age they, the 17 year old, would sign the minor assumption of risk. Those forms can be downloaded here in the public downloads area. We regret to say, minors under 17 without the appropriate form signed by the legal guardian or parent will not be allowed to attend rides or events. With the Chapter picnic coming up, now would be a good time to download and print these forms. They will also be available from Kenny 'Dawg' Daniels at chapter meetings.