Tri-City Trail Riders 2013 rides


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Posted Online: Jan. 21, 2013, 2:32 pm
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Press release submitted by Sally J Johnson


TRI - CITY TRAIL RIDERS 2013 RIDES


April 20th & 21st – Rockwood State Park - Morrison, IL.
Sat. & Sun. 1:00pm
Contact: Bob Snodgrass
815-499-0141

May 25th – Rockwood State Park – Morrison, IL.
Sat. 10:00am & 2:00pm
Contact: Randy & Debbie DeBoer
815-631-5310 or 815-499-9103

June 29th & 30th - Loud Thunder- Andalusia, IL.
Sat. 1:00pm Sun. 10:00am
Contact: Willie & Cathy Hemm
309-781-2128 or 309-523-9413

June 29th - Hooppole Fun Day Parade
Line up 9:30am Parade 10:00am
Contact: Pam Stout @ 815-948-2401 or 309-507-0201

July 13th & 14th - Franklin Creek State Park - Franklin Grove, IL..
Sat. 1:00pm & Sun. 10:00am
Contact: Randy & Debbie DeBoer
815-631-5310 or 815-499-9103

Aug. 25th – Rockwood State Park - Morrison, IL.
Whiteside County Mounted Patrol Ride
Sun. 10:00am
Contact: Randy DeBoer
815-631-5310

Sept. 7th & 8th - Franklin Creek State Park - Franklin Grove, IL.
Sat. & Sun. 10:00am
Contact: Michael & Maria Noble
815-441-5484

Oct. 27th - Johnson Farm - Hooppole, IL.
Sun. 10:00am Costume Ride Potluck/Meeting to follow
Contact: Denny & Sally Johnson
815-499-0278 or 815-631-7281

Nov. 16th - Prophetstown Christmas Parade
Line up 5:30pm Parade 6:00pm
Contact: Randy DeBoer
815-631-5310

















 




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