Shoreline Motorcycle Enthusiasts Getting Ready to Rev-It-Up For Kids on September 10, 2011

Monday, August 22, 2011

Leonard and Edith Elion, Magic Wheel Motorcycle Club
Shoreline residents, Leonard and Edith Elion, Seattle’s Magic Wheels Motorcycle Club, Renton Motorcycle Company and Downtown Harley Davidson are asking motorcyclists to Rev-It-Up for Kids on Saturday, September 10, 2011.

For seven years Seattle Magic Wheels, one of Seattle’s oldest motorcycle clubs, has partnered with Atlantic Street Center to share their love of the open road and show their support for Atlantic Street Center’s life-changing programs. 

“It’s about coming together to help Seattle’s children and families” says Leonard. 

Leonard, who helps facilitate the event, admits that he’s very blessed to be able to combine his passion for motorcycles with his wife’s life-long passion for Seattle’s kids and families as Executive Director of Atlantic Street Center. Proceeds from this event help provide services to more than 3,000 children and families in Seattle.

During the day-long event, participants are invited to enjoy the 100-mile motorcycle run, bike show, barbecue and bands.

This family-friendly event will offer:
  • 100-mile poker run
  • Raffle                
  • Bike show contest including:
    • Best custom
    • Best sport
    • Best touring
    • Best cruiser
    • Best in show
  • BBQ
  • Live Music

Register online or call 206-329-2050. $15 per motorcycle - other activities are free.

The event will be held at the Renton Motorcycle Company, 3701 East Valley Road, Renton, WA (Google Map) on Saturday, September 10, 2011, from 9 am to 5 pm. 

Motorcycle clubs, individual motorcyclists and community members are welcome to join the fun.

About Atlantic Street Center
Atlantic Street Center has been helping Seattle’s families and communities raise healthy, successful children and youth for more than 100 years. With our community’s continued support, it plans to serve Seattle for another 100 years.

Atlantic Street Center is a private nonprofit organization that helps families and communities raise healthy, successful children and youth through education, social support and advocacy.  Founded in 1910, Atlantic Street Center provides services to over 3,000 low-income children and family members of color in the greater Seattle area every year.

Atlantic Street Center provides four primary service areas including services for children, services for youth, counseling services and services for families.  All services are free to participants. Costs are met through public and private grants and donations.  For more information on Atlantic Street Center please call 206-329-2050 or go to this link


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