Former Packers Ride To End Bullying

At an event that I organize, I was able to meet Earl Dotson at a booth for Henderson Helps, an organization founded by William Henderson, former - Super Bowl winning - Green Bay Packer. He was there promoting a motorcycle ride coming up this Saturday June 15: Henderson's Ride For Hope. The cause: raising awareness and money for anti-bullying programs, something dear to my heart. You can tell these guys are truly caring about kids, Earl came by and visited the students of the BUILD Moto Mentor program to encourage them in their work.

You must register to do the ride, it's $35 going to a great cause, and it includes, the ride, a ticket for one drink, VIP bike parking (bike only, while space is available, limited space available). There are also VIP packages and even Friday activities.
**Beverage ticket good only at Henderson Helps Bars, NOT redeemable at food trucks** . *Event will go on rain or shine, Players subject to change without notice, no refunds*

Two organizations have been chosen to be beneficiaries: The Greenfield School District and Whitnall School District, with anti-bullying programs that start at the elementary level and go through high school.

Want to support the cause but aren't a rider, or can't make it Saturday? Head to Fuel Cafe 5th St. this Thursday where you can Join William Henderson and his friends for a special night at Fuel Cafe - benefiting Anti- Bullying programs in the Greenfield and Milwaukee Area.  Appearances and public autograph signing by former Green and Gold Greats: William Henderson, Sean Jones, Craig Newsome, Craig Hentrich, Earl Dotson, Doug Evans, Matthew Dorsett and more!


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