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Ride For Bully Awareness

It’s time this year to raise bully awareness. Mark your calendars to join in for the cause at Pueblo Boxing, at 1007 7th Street in Wichita Falls. 


 August 23 there will be a graduation class from the anti-bullying camp starting at 10 a.m. Then across the street there will be a bike, and car show. 


There will be hot dogs, live music, bounce houses and different games for all kids. This event is completely free. This event filled day is to gear up for Sunday’s free bike run for bully awareness. 


The first 100 people to pre-registration Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. will get a free event t-shirt. Normal registration starts at 9 a.m. and the first bike leaves at 10 a.m.  


Both events are completely free, but donation is optional. They are an official ride for stopbully.com and Bikers Against Bullying. 


If they get the biggest turn out for bikers they could possibly become ground zero for next year’s bike run. That would be a huge honor for Wichita Falls. 


Even if you don’t have a bike there will be plenty of things going on at Pueblo Boxing. If you have any questions you can call Kim Arrington at (940)733-6641 or Kristy Peterson at (940)444-9049. You can also go online to bikersagainstbullying.org.

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