7125 Harrison Avenue, Rockford, IL 61112
October 10, 2020 10:00am - 3:00pm
Ride out to Kegel Harley-Davidson® on Saturday, October 10th and help us kick off our Toys for Tots Toy Drive.
Bring out a new, unwrapped toy or a $10 donation to help bring the spirit of Christmas to less fortunate children in our area.
Registration begins at 10 AM the dealership
Young At Heat Pageant Princesses and Queens will be assisting with Registration.
Kick Stands Up at 11 AM following a vocal rendition of the national anthem.
The Widows Sons Kinsman Redeemers will be leading the run.
Ride to: Porky's
1315 E River Rd, Dixon, IL 61021
Estimated arrival time to Porky's is 1 PM.
The ride will return to at Kegel Harley-Davidson at 2:00 PM
Once you return, be ready to enjoy chili made by the Kegel team. Each department will be submitting their own hearty version to help warm you up. Make sure to vote for your favorite, because we are all after bragging rights.
The Kegels will also be serving up beer and onion flavor brats.
Lunch is free, but tips are appreciated. All tips will go to Toys for Tots.
Beer will be available for purchase. Proceeds from beverage purchases will be donated to Toys for Tots as well.
The mission of the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation is to assist the U. S. Marine Corps in providing a tangible sign of hope to economically disadvantaged children at Christmas.
To learn more about their organization, visit:
The Widows Sons Masonic Riders Association is an International Association which is open to Masons from Grand Lodges who are recognized by
1. The Commission for Information for Recognition,
2. The United Grand Lodge of England,
3. Conference of Grand Masters in North America
to enjoy the sport of motorcycling and have a desire to ride with and associate with their regular fraternal brothers. The goals of the Widows Sons is to contribute to the aid and relief of our Widows & Orphans, raise Masonic Awareness in the world of motorcycling, introduce the sport of motorcycling to Freemasonry while introducing Freemasonry to the world of motorcycling.
While we wear identifying patches or regalia, the Widows Sons are not a gang, MC, or a 1% Club. We are a Masonic Riders Association and represent the Masonic fraternity in a most positive light at all times. The Widows Sons raise Masonic Awareness while we attend public motorcycling events, and we support our Lodges in whatever capacity we are able. The Widows Sons have helped to increase Masonic membership through our public presence and visibility. We are a billboard for Freemasonry and must govern ourselves accordingly at all times.
The Widows Sons have proven themselves to be a positive asset to the fraternity around the world. Many of our chapters are proud to have current and Past Grand Masters as members. We regularly attract new members to the fraternity, and several of our chapters have Degree Teams who volunteer in doing Masonic work for many Masonic Lodges whenever possible.
The Widows Sons was conceived of and founded by Brother Carl Davenport PM, on February 18, 1998. Today we have active chapters throughout many States in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Israel, Russia, Europe, the Far East, Australia and New Zealand.
To learn more about their association, visit: