To all Red Knights DE 1:
Tues 19 Dec Elections / Dinner Meeting 2024 Dues - Please pay prior to the December 19 meeting.
IDEA ------- I would like to collect non-perishable food items from members attending meetings and rides for the remainder of the year. Please help our Chapter collect food for the local food pantry in our area. Please participate. I can also make arrangements if members wish to write checks for a monetary donation to the food closet pantry.
Don Lewis Jr.
President Delaware Chapter 1
Red Knights Firefighter Motorcycle Club
Good day brothers,
I hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving Holiday with your family and friends.
Planning a ride to Hockessin Ladies Auxiliary Sunday Breakfast on December 10, 2023. The last time we went the food was very good and well worth the money. We will be meeting at Station 13 Philadelphia Pike at 08:30 am with kickstands up at 09:00 am.
If you would like to meet us at Hockessin that works also. We will then plan a short ride after breakfast. Pass the word along. This is an all-welcome event. I will be cross posting on FB to the other Red Knight Clubs in the surrounding area.
Stay And Ride Safe
Delaware 1 Red Knights Vice President
Here are some photos of past events.
Ride to the Tide XVI - Sunday 16 April benefiting Special Olympics Delaware. VP Michael Schilling, Bill Harris, Paul Hassel & Chuck Dawson Road attended.
END of WATCH RECAP:
Leadership wanted to send out a quick recap from our participation in the End of Watch event yesterday at Delaware Park. First and foremost we'd like to express our deepest gratitude for those that participated in yesterday's event:
Delaware Red Knights Chapter 1
Blue Knights Delaware Chapter 1
Delaware Park and their staff
Delaware State Police
New Castle County Police mounted patrols
First responders from across the state that set up their equipment for the public to view
The many vendors that participated
With it being the first we'd all have to say it was a success. We had according to last count 517 bikes many of which had multiple riders that took over 30 minutes to bring in and get parked. Through the planning prior to the event, we were very prepared for what needed to be done. The memorial event was extremely special, honoring the six lost heros.
There were plenty of posting on social media for those that we unable to attend, you can see all that took place. As for financial success, the event reported to raise over $15K for the six families, have to say it makes us all extremely proud of the work that we did and will continue to do to honor and take care of our brothers and sisters, let's all pray that next year we'll not have to honor any more loss to our communities!
Again the Chapter Leadership would like to express our thanks to all of you for taking part if a good day for our community.
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