Bucket Brigade for Wounded Warrior Project
BATH, NY (WENY) -- Looking for something to do this weekend? The Bath Fire Department is hosting this year's annual Bucket Brigade to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.
The Bucket Brigade is this Saturday and all proceeds will go to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. The event is held by the Red Knights New York 42 Motorcycle Club. The idea was inspired through their President's son who was wounded in Afghanistan and lost part of his leg. This event holds a 93 mile motorcycle ride that takes you through much of scenic Steuben County and has you back to the Bath Fire Station just in time for more activities.
"At the fire station when we get back there is going to be a pulled pork dinner, and also along with hot dogs and hamburgers. Then we are going to have live music that will be put on by Payton Clark. She will be singing and playing acoustic guitar and that is also included with it. There will be plenty of raffles going on and we hold a Chinese auction there," says John Conrad, Public Information Officer for Red Knights NY 42 Motorcycle Club.
Anyone is allowed to attend the festivities and it costs $15 and the admission fee includes your meal and live music played by Payton Clark.
The event's registration information can also be found at redknightsny42.org/bucketbrigade.
Conrad says, "It is a safe and secure site, and you can actually register right there for however many riders. Then when you come into the station we'll already have you checked off as far as being paid. We will just have to give you your wristbands for however many you paid for, and sign the insurance waiver."
It looks like it will be a warm and sunny day on Saturday so we hope you attend.