â�?�?Bikes and Babesâ�?�? rally for a miracle starts in Vermillion Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 30. It's the fourth annual Children's Miracle Network Bikes and Babes motorcycle run. J&L Harley Davidson, Sioux Falls, has proudly taken over the planning and coordination of this event in collaboration with Sanford Vermillion Medical Center and Vermillion Wal-mart. Registration for the ride is from 9 to 10 a.m. on May 30 at Wal-mart, 1207 Princeton Street, Vermillion. Participants in Bikes and Babes will enjoy breakfast prepared by Walmart staff; bike blessing, blessing card & stone provided by Sanford Chaplains, the ride, one Ribfest ticket, a Dutch lunch in Orange City, IA, and a post bash party with musical entertainment by The Cartwright Brothers. The cost for the day is $15. Event t-shirts will be available for purchase at the post bash. The ride includes a scenic tour starting at Vermillion Wal-mart with stops at: Hawarden Casey's General Store; Orange City Area Health System (Windmill Park); Merrill Pioneer Community Hospital, Rock Rapids, IA; and Sanford Children's Hospital with a final roll through town to J&L Harley Davidson in Sioux Falls for the Post-Bash! This ride will join up with the Sioux Falls, Mitchell and Madison rides at the post-bash The post-bash includes a cash prize for the top place and door prizes donated by local area businesses. There will be live entertainment and the J & L Snack Shack will be serving food and refreshments during the event. Thank you to J&L Harley Davidson for continuing to sponsor Bikes & Babes Rally for Miracles benefiting Children's Miracle Network at Sanford Children's Hospital. As always, 100 percent of all proceeds will stay local to benefit our area children. Children's Miracle Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping children by raising funds and awareness for children's hospitals across North America. Contact Jill Christopherson, Sanford Vermillion Medical Center for more information at 605-638-8465 or email@example.com.
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