Scheduled Tri-City Ride for Oct. 7 canceled


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Posted Online: Oct. 02, 2012, 10:33 am
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Press release submitted by Sally J. Johnson

Our Tri-City Trail Riders scheduled ride for this coming Oct. 7th had been canceled. Lynda Smith, the scheduled leader for the ride can not do the ride, so she has decided to cancel.

Next scheduled club ride is Oct. 28th at Denny and Sally Johnson's farm. 9:30 a.m. will be the costume judging and then ride will go out at 10 a.m. 3 to 4 hour ride and then potluck and meeting to follow. The day is open to any horse rider whether in the club or not. Directions to Jonson's is 28264 N. 2520 Ave. Prophetstown, IL 61277. Can call 815-499-0278 if any questions. We ride in most any weather for this ride so dress accordly. this is our 6th year for this ride. Camping is available, on that Saturday night, but please call first to let us know.




















 




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