Tri-Cities Habitat for Humanity holds first-ever 'Ride for Habitat'

The roar of motorcycle engines filled the morning air in Spring Lake Township on Saturday for the first-ever Tri-Cities Habitat for Humanity's "Ride for Habitat' fundraiser. "Great events start out small and we're hope this is an event we can grow year to year,' Tri-Cities Area Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Beth Hanis said. "It's something different than anyone else is doing - and, already with the sponsorship and support we've received from the community, it's a huge benefit to Habitat.'
Alex Doty
Jun 13, 2011

More than 15 motorcyclists took part in the event, with proceeds going toward providing assistance to the Habitat for Humanity’s goal of raising money to build a third house this year for the Habitat project on Branmar Woods Court  in Spring Lake.

The event took people from Spring Lake Wesleyan Church on a ride that ended up in Muskegon at Hot Rod Harley-Davidson, where a lunch and raffle took place.

Event organizer Bob Jenson said the route included stretches of east M-104, north Maple Island Road, west Ryerson Road, and south on Scenic Drive toward Muskegon.

“It’s a nice ride out in the country and not a lot of traffic,” Jenson said. “It’s pretty scenic.”

To read more of this story, see Monday's print edition of the Grand Haven Tribune.

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