Bikers to Ride Against Hunger


AUBURN – In celebration of National Hunger Awareness Day, bikers across Maine are invited to join Good Shepherd Food-Bank’s third annual Ride Against Hunger on Saturday, June 3.

The mystery ride will begin with registration from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at L-A Harley, Main Street, Lewiston. Free T-shirts will be given to the first 100 registrants. There is a suggested donation of $10 a rider.

The ride will end at noon at Good Shepherd Food-Bank, Hotel Road. Following the presentation of collected donations, Beale Street BBQ will serve a luncheon and refreshments. Tours of the facility will be available. The event is open to all individuals, groups and clubs.

Good Shepherd Food-Bank is one of Maine’s largest nonprofit organization, providing food to more than 500 agencies statewide and feeding approximately 70,000 people each month.

Agencies served include food pantries, homeless and abuse shelters, soup kitchens, group and foster homes, underprivileged kid’s camps, after-school programs and services for the elderly. Every dollar donated to the food bank can provide more than $12.50 in retail groceries to people in need.

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