Motorcyclists & The Mothers Roll into Port Dover for Friday the 13th!

 

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Friday the 13th, 2014 – Port Dover

If you love Motorcycles, Port Dover was the place to be yesterday for the Friday the 13th bike rally. Thousands flocked to the community town, driving past the surrounding Wind Turbines of the area. Port Dover bike shop owner Chris Simons held the first rally on Nov. 13, 1981. It was intended to be a gathering of friends, but soon grew by word of mouth.

The Mothers had amazing Friday the 13th custom Pottery mugs for sale which our local artists Anita and Mark Thornton donated for the event! The Trees not Turbines campaign along with our Raffle Ticket sales were also promoted! It was a good opportunity for us to get the message out to people that might not regularly hear much about  the impacts of Industrial Wind Turbines.  Thank you to all the volunteers who helped out at the event and especially to our own Linda Rogers for coordinating! Not only were we out informing the public, but fun times were had by all!!!

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