2018 brings us the 8th Annual “Pink Ride” to raise funds to assist local cancer patients in our area. This year’s events include live music, food, prizes and fun for all involved in this great event with an amazing group of people.
Pink Ride helps all cancer patients. The committee is committed to helping those in need in our community not just by helping cancer patients, but by also volunteering at other events. All that is needed to get hep is a cancer diagnosis and an unpaid medical bill, and Pink Ride will pay the bill directly to the provider as long as funds are available. That is why it is so important that we all come together to support this great cause.
Thursday, April 5: Pre-Party, 6 pm to 12 am at Texarkana Harley Shop. Live Music, Finger Food, Door Prizes and Pre-registration for the event.
Friday, April 6: Spring Lake Park, Gate opens at 8 am.
Saturday, April 7: Spring Lake Park, Gate opens at 8 am and the Ride leaves at 10 am sharp.
Tickets can be purchased online at Pinkride.org, Eventbright, or at each gate on the day of the event. Get tickets early for best pricing.
Friday, April 6: Spring Lake Park, Live Music begins at noon. There will be three organized rides on Saturday led by local clubs. Possible locations include Jefferson, Hot Springs, and a local Texarkana ride. (All rides go by Texarkana Harley.
Friday night is the “Pink Ball” at Texas Elks Lodge #2771 on New Boston Road. Doors open at 6 pm. There will be live music and an auction. The event will be catered by Outback Steakhouse. (Dress casual, FLASH YOUR PINK)
Saturday the Pink Ride leaves from the baseball fields at Spring Lake Park at 10 am.
Brothers’ Keepers Poker Run. (Funds from the poker run stay with Brothers’ Keepers.)
Texarkana Jeep Junkies “Jeep Show” all day at Spring Lake Park with live music, adult beverages, vendors, food and a kid’s area.
For more information on any and all activities surrounding this 8th annual community event to raise money and awareness for any and all local cancer patients, call Diana Howard, Pink Ride Organizer, at 903.319.9157.
She is beautiful to the eye because we all want to be beautiful to the eye. She is not a pin-up girl. She is naked because when you are told you have cancer it strips you of everything leaving you naked. Her ribbon gives her back her faith, hope and courage. Her wings are her past and her present.One wing takes her from her past to her present. Her motorcycle gives her wind and her freedom. ~ Diana Howard