ROCKWALL, TX (May 3, 2021) America’s Guardians MC, Texas 28A – a local motorcycle club comprising law enforcement, public safety personnel and military veterans – was honored April 30th at the inaugural OCHO Awards and Bike Night at Hella Shrine Temple in Garland, hosted by the 99% Radio Network.
Maddog Meek, America’s Guardians president and Chief Marshal at Mesquite Marshal Office, accepted the award, which recognized its members for “making a difference locally.”
“I’m extremely humbled, honored and proud to lead this amazing group of individuals and represent the entire AGMC nation,” said Maddog. “It was a great evening shared with many like-minded, law abiding MC’s making a difference worldwide!”
Several other law-abiding motorcycle club were also honored during the event, with awards for their efforts regionally, nationally and internationally in “making a difference.”
America’s Guardians welcomes everyone with motorcycles to save the date and join them Sunday, September 19 at the Rockwall County Courthouse, 1111 E. Yellow Jacket Lane, for the 6th Annual Bikes for Tykes Teddy Bear Ride benefiting the Children’s Advocacy Center for Rockwall County. There will be music, vendors, food, and a silent auction. Registration is at 11 a.m.; clutches out at 1 p.m. The ride starts and finishes at the courthouse with a full police escort. Registration is $20 per bike with a new unwrapped soft toy.
Last year’s ride was the biggest and best to date with over 300 bikes participating during a COVID year of lockdowns and stringent safety guidelines. Nearly 700 plush bears were collected along with over $40,000 to help child victims of physical and sexual abuse in Rockwall County.
For 2021 Bikes for Tykes sponsorship opportunities and pre-registration, visit www.rockwallcountybikesfortykes.org.
By Dawn Redig, Blue Ribbon News.
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