The Minnesota EMS Honor Guard is having their 5th annual motorcycle ride on May 14, 2016.
Registration starts 9 am at Route 65 Pub and Grub, 18407 Hwy 65 East Bethel, MN 55011 (breakfast available 8 am, on your own). Presentation of colors and bike blessings begin at 10:30 am, with kick stands up promptly at 11 am. Win door prizes at rest stops throughout the day. Non-rider activities begin at 4 pm with riders returning approximately 5 pm for dinner, time with family and friends, silent auction, door prizes, major prize drawings, and dancing. (Band starts at 8:30pm) $25 per bike
The Minnesota EMS Honor Guard is a Non-Profit Organization that provides support to the survivors of Paramedic and EMTs who have given their life in the line of duty. The Minnesota EMS Honor Guard focuses on the current and future needs of the survivors by providing a variety of services to preserve the memory of those providers who have sacrificed their lives for the health and wellness of all Minnesota citizens. Once a year, Honor Guards from across the country come together bringing families of fallen EMS personnel together to honor their loved ones by inducting them onto the ”Tree of Life” at the National EMS Memorial Service; this year held in Roanoke, Virginia. The Minnesota EMS Honor Guard relies on the donations by the community to provide services to these families. All proceeds from the motorcycle ride go to support activities of the MN EMS Honor Guard.
EMS Honor Guard Ride – event flyer