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Members from Open Roads ABATE participated in the 14th annual Rookie’s Run sponsored by The Friendly Tap of Plano on Sunday, Aug. 28.
Participants not eligible for the cash prizes are invited to bring their 2022 Summer Book and get in on the door prizes, food, marble games, 50/50 and more.
Funds raised will support local veterans.
All proceeds will go to the Middle East Conflict and War on Terrorism Monument.
The ride begins and ends at the Sandwich VFW.
These scholarships are made possible with the generous support of the community, sponsors, and the hard work of Kiwanis Club of Yorkville members who dedicate hundreds of hours of service for the group’s events and activities.
The groups promoted membership to the organizations, held a 50/50 raffle and sold energy drinks.
Sophia Jedziniiak, a 2022 graduate of Yorkville High School, was awarded a $2,500 Star Scholarship from the P.E.O. Sisterhood.
The 38th annual ABATE Social Hour, hosted by ABATE of South Dakota, took place Aug. 11 in Whitewood City Park near Sturgis, South Dakota.
Open Roads ABATE chapter members turned back time as they traveled to Sycamore to participate in the 22nd annual Turn Back Time Car and Bike Show on July 31.
Agenda items include planning for Armed Forces Run on Sept. 24, welcome home celebrations, veterans’ events and more.
The parade included eight senior housings in the DeKalb/Sycamore area.
Proceeds from event will benefit area veterans programs.
Become a support member by completing an application with a $10 fee. Support members are able to participate in all events, but are unable to vote or hold an office.