While there are lots of events happening in Plymouth, Wisconsin that week,Â you can certainly make time to help out this great cause by riding in their motorcycle poker run on August 25th.
If you do ride or participate in any of the Gift of Life events you will be helping:
Sophia Tracy, daughter of Tony and Kimberly Tracy of Plymouth, is 4-1/2 years old who is legally blind and has been diagnosed with microcephaly (small brain) and lissencephaly (smooth brain).
Michelle Paul, who resides in rural Glenbeulah with her husband, Robert and two children was first diagnosed with cancer in 1996, then again in 2001 and 2004, which she is still battling today.
The last beneficiary is John Gosse, along with his wife, Penny and two children who reside in rural Plymouth. John was involved in a truck accident and while being examined at the hospital it was discovered that he had an aortic aneurysm and needed open heart surgery, which he is continuing to recover from.
All three of these people sound like they could use any helping hand that you can provide at the poker run.
The poker run will be $15 for a single rider and $20 for a couple; registration is from 9-10 a.m. Saturday morning.
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