Every year the radiothon tries to find away different ways to assist the Salvation Army in raising funds to benefit those in need. Located in downtown Lowell on 150 Appleton St, the Army serves many needy families throughout the Greater Lowell area.
This year the great owners and staff of High Octane Harley in Billerica are hosting a Breakfast with Santa and invited me to be their special “guest host” with all proceeds going to the Salvation Army Radiothon on Saturday December 9th from 10:00 am to Noon.
High Octane will provide a delicious pancake breakfast and the opportunity for photo’s with Santa and we will have kettles set up to collect whatever donation you can make.
We will also have unique and special items up for auction and a 50/50 raffle. We will have a computer set up so you can see the many other auction items available and you can go to salvationarmyradiothon.com to register and bid on items now.
If you are one of my many great family members, a friend, a supporter of mine or the Salvation Army, a friend of the family, if you were one of my kinder-cuties, baseball players, St. Michael’s Cyoers, In-house or swim team members at the Voke, if you hung around the Tavern at the Bridge when I bartended or if we are related through marriage, if we grew up together, chaperoned or coached together, if you are one of my fellow LHS Class of 1980 members, you like or dislike my blog. If you are a parent I met over the last few years I need your help. If I have helped you advertise a fundraiser or promoted an event for you or for whatever reason you know me or my family in any way, please join me at High Octane Harley 1 Chelmsford Rd, North Billerica, MA from 10:00 to 12:00 on December 9th 2017.
I am asking you, from my heart, with love, that you join me at High Octane (plenty of free parking) on Saturday December 9th.
If you can’t make it to the Breakfast, I am asking that you send a donation of at least $20 to the Salvation Army of Greater Lowell 150 Appleton St c/o HOH event and help us to make this Holiday Season better for those families in need.