Hunt for Summer

Join us on November 16, 2019

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Join Rossiter’s Harley-Davidson, the ManaSota HOG Chapter and MDA for an exciting day of exploring Sarasota on the Hunt for Summer!

Teams will leave Rossiter’s at 10am to head out on their bikes for an epic scavenger hunt to find items, participate in fun activities and visit local businesses all to help send kids to MDA Summer Camp! Upon your return, you will enjoy live music, delicious food and a fashion show featuring some of our local MDA campers!

Rossiter's Harley-Davidson
330 Cattlemen Road
Sarasota, FL 34232
November 16, 2019
9:00am - 6:00pm

Build your team (6 people max) and start fundraising today! The top 3 fundraising teams will get a head start for the hunt and some awesome MDA swag! There will also be prizes for the first, second and third place finishing teams!

At MDA, we are leading the fight to free individuals—and the families who love them—from the harm of muscular dystrophy, ALS, and related muscle-debilitating diseases that take away physical strength, independence and life.

MDA Summer Camp is an opportunity for kids to attend a week-long, sleepover summer camp with other kids that are just like them–often known as “the best week of the year.” Offered to MDA campers at no cost to families, MDA Summer Camp allows kids the opportunity to experience the joy of just being a kid. Campers can participate in activities like swimming, sports, archery, canoeing, and even zip-lining. As they have fun and be themselves together, kids make friends with people who are just like them and gain confidence and support through each other. MDA camp grounds and activities are designed to remove many of the obstacles young MDA community members may face in their day to day lives, and all camps are supported by round-the-clock medical staff and trained volunteer counselors.

For additional information contact Jill Jones at MDA
by phone: 239-437-6900 or by email: Jijones@mdausa.org

 

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