Benefit ride for Camden officer on Sept. 29
On Sept. 29, the Atlantic Engine Company No. 2 along with Amity Lodge No. 6 will be holding a benefit motorcycle ride and spaghetti dinner for Brook Hartshorn. On Aug. 21, Hartshorn, a Camden police officer, loving mother and great friend, lost her son in a motorcycle accident. The benefit will help Hartshorn with the expenses associated with her son's funeral.
The ride will start at the Rockport Masonic Center 361 Main St., Rockport. Registration will start at noon. There is no registration fee, this ride will be donations only. Kickstands up at 1 p.m. and the ride will proceed to to Mike's Sidetrack in Gardiner where riders will meet more motorcycles and join up with Central Maine counterparts. Those wishing to meet at Mike's Sidetrack can register there. There will be a break at the Sidetrack for about 45 minutes before leaving at 3 p.m. to ride back to the Masonic Lodge for the spaghetti dinner. The dinner is being provided by Amity Lodge No. 6 and will cost $7 per person. Anyone is welcome during the ride, dinner or both.
Make donation checks out to Atlantic Engine Co. No. 2. As a recognized 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, donations are tax deductible. Every dollar is significant and every donation is greatly appreciated.