Ant Hill Mob holds 29th annual ride
Rain or shine, the Ant Hill Mob will ride again on Saturday, July 20.
For the 29th consecutive year, the Ant Hill Mob and friends will be conducting the annual 100-mile motorcycle ride for charity, with this year's proceeds targeted to benefit Camp Sinawa.
In it's gloried history, the ride has helped the Ant Hill Mob contribute more than $850,000 to charitable causes in Manitowoc County.
The staging for the ride will begin at 11 a.m. at Hoban's Cycle, 10629 State Road, Osman. Riders will leave Hoban's Cycle promptly at 1:00 p.m. on a route that will take them to a rest stop in St. Cloud. The ride will proceed back through New Holstein's main street in the late afternoon and on to its completion at Newton Firefighters Park.
Food and refreshments are available at the completion of the ride.
Cost for participants is $10 per person, or $15 per couple, including the rocker. Patches can be obtained for $5. Those bringing in at least $50 in pledges will have their fees waived.
Prizes are awarded for the highest pledge totals.
For pledge sheets, riders may contact Rob Voss at 775-9688 or Chad Westphalen at 286-1604.
In addition to the charitable ride, the Ant Hill Mob is teaming up with Vietnam Vets of America Chapter 731 to host the Manitowoc County Fair Variety Tent from August 20-25.
They invite everyone to stop out to enjoy food, drinks and music at the fair.

The Fifth Annual Multi-County Poker Run will culminate on October 19. The book hand-in party will take place at Butch's Settlement Haus on October 19 from 4-8 p.m.
Proceeds of the poker run benefit the Old Glory Honor Flights.

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