The Georgetown Proclamation
24 Tuesday May 2016
24 Tuesday May 2016
04 Saturday Apr 2015
We had the New Life Riders annual Bug Run today up an Burger University in Georgetown. We had a really good turnout, both from our neighboring CMA chapters, and from the clubs that are part of UCOA. I think between 50-100 people came out in support. Thank you everyone for your attendance and your donations. Oh, the burgers were very good too. We know we raised over $500, but we don’t have the numbers from the Burger University yes, so the final result will be higher. Debbie and I were both taking pictures, so there are a bunch of them to share. I hope yo enjoy them.
17 Saturday May 2014
We had our Bug Run today up in Georgetown at Burger University. The Bug run is our only fund raiser for CMA’s Run For the Son with is CMA’s annual event to raise money for spreading the Gospel to the world. This is the third year we have our on the Bug Run, and this year it went really well. We had lots of rider come out for the run, and great participation from the local motorcycle clubs. I think we had around 50 participants, and everyone was very generous. Thank you all so much. We had a bit of excitement in the afternoon, one of our members notices some smoke coming up from the ground near the wall of the bank across the street. he went over to see what was going on and found a smoke coming from the flower bed beside the bank. He tried to stamp it out, but wasn’t able to get it to go out completely, so someone called in the fire department, and as you can see they made short work of the problem. Later Honor Bound came back from the run and we all got together as Christian Unity and prayed for the city of Georgetown. Finally at 4pm, we finished the judging and declared our two winners. They each had managed to hit a bug and get it to land less than 1/4 inch from the center of the target. Good Shooting!
28 Saturday Sep 2013
U.S. Military Vets had their annual benefit up at Hardtails in Georgetown today. Debbie is home from her trip to California, so we headed out there for dinner. They were selling BBQ plates with all the fixins’, and they certainly were good. It was our second BBQ plate in two days, both were different and both were good. It is too bad Texas isn’t a nation, we could call it BBQ Nation. Anyway, we found some empt seats with our friends of Renatus MC, and enjoyed some food and fellowship. The event had several nice leather vendors, so we looked around but didn’t find anything we absolutely needed and headed home around seven for a relaxing evening in front of the fire….. No, wait, not fire, TV.. What was I thinking. Enjoy;