ABATE of Pike County to hold annual Poker Run

Milford. The proceeds from this event will support ABATE's local charitable works and scholarship fund. You don't need a motorcycle to join the fun.

Aug 28 2019 | 04:43 PM

ABATE (Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education) of Pennsylvania, Pike County Chapter #41, a local organization of motorcyclists, will hold its annual Poker Run on Sunday, Sept. 8

Sign-in is from 9 to 11 a.m. at Key Food, 501 West Harford St., Milford. The run will end at The Historic Greeley Inn, 218 PA-590, Greeley. The party starts there at 1 p.m., with food to be served from 2 to 6 p.m.

The cost is $20 per person. The event will be held rain or shine

All makes and models of motorcycles are welcome. Don't have a motorcycle? Do the Poker Run by car, truck, jeep, antique, classic, custom, or commuter car. You are also welcome to skip the planned route and register at The Historic Greeley Inn after 1 p.m. for the party. Ages 18 and up will be admitted.

The proceeds from this event will support ABATE's local charitable works and scholarship fund. The organization awards an annual scholarship every year to a Votech graduate from Delaware Valley and Wallenpaupack high schools for use toward continuing education.

For more information call Tyler at 845-820-2428 or visit pikecountyabate.org.

About ABATE:
ABATE of Pennsylvania is an organization of motorcyclists dedicated to the protection of the individual rights of motorcyclists through political change, public education and charitable works.
As part of this mission, it is also are active in the elimination of unfair legislation as it concerns motorcyclists; promoting motorcycle safety through both motorist and rider education; and improving the image of motorcyclists to the general public.