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  • Sunday, January 09, 2022

    Norfolk Riders to Host 17th Charity Ride in July

    Check presentation

    Last year’s charity ride raised over $8000 for Project Lifesaver. Here the Norfolk Rides present a check to the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department. From left: Sheriff’s Deputy Patrick Chapman, ALR Chapter Director Thomas Morrison, ALR Chapter Vice Director Harry Caringi, Sheriff Brooks Bigwarfe, and Retired Sheriff’s Detective Thomas Caringi.

    The American Legion Riders of Norfolk Post 925 are hosting the 17th annual motorcycle charity ride on July 9, 2022 (Saturday).

    “Proceeds of the 2022 Ride will be forwarded to the Americans Supporting Armed Services (ASAS) in Potsdam, NY to help them continue to advocate for more resources and help for veterans afflicted by burn pit exposure,” noted Riders Chapter Director Thomas Morrison. Last year’s charity ride raised $8217 for Project Lifesaver.

    The ride begins at the Norfolk American Legion Post located at State Route 56 and High Street in Norfolk. All riders depart from the post and later return for an “end of the ride” meal and festivities. There will be several stops at local veterans’ organizations. Registration is from 9 to 11 a.m., with kickstands up shortly afterwards.

    “The Legion Riders are well known and respected for their family friendly safe rides,” Morrison said.

    After the ride, there will be raffles, 50-50, a poker hand, prizes, plus the tavern ham-and-salt-potato buffet dinner. Donation is $20 per bike or $10 for just the dinner.

    Contact Legion Riders Chapter Director Thomas Morrison at 315-328-4766 or for more information. For info on Americans Supporting Armed Services (ASAS), see