Noah’s Ride: In Memory of Noah Asid

Noah’s Ride: In Memory of Noah Asid

Hanover, Pa. – On Saturday, August 17th, a 70-mile motorcycle ride will take place in memory of Noah Asid. Noah was attending a camp in Maryland when he was struck by a tree and suffered a severe head injury. Noah was 9 years old. He was also an organ donor.

Registration will take place at the Hanover Eagles #1406 location at 105 Park Street from 9am to 11am. The cost is $10 per rider and $5 per passenger and all proceeds benefit The Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland. The Living Legacy Foundation facilitates the donation and recovery of human organs and tissues for transplantation and research. The LLF provides advocacy, family support and comprehensive public and professional education, and are committed to organizational excellence to enhance the organ and tissue donation and allocation processes. All vehicles are welcome and the ride will start promptly at 11am.

There will be three stops along the way with the final stop being at Goofy’s in Spring Grove, PA. Other stops include Dockside Willies in Wormleysburg, Moe’s Bar & Grill in Mechanicsburg and Dylan’s Restaurant & Bar in East Berlin.

For more information about the ride, please contact Kathy Asid at 443-375-6085

To learn more about organ donation, please visit www.thellf.org

Update: To view photos from the event please visit our Facebook album here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.654758927875995.1073741827.284017424950149&type=1&l=47f4ed0114

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About Lisa McAllister

Lisa McAllister is the Public Relations Coordinator at The Living Legacy Foundation. She hopes to spread education and advocacy about the importance of organ donation through social media and community events. With a background in public relations, writing, and advertising, Lisa is passionate about the LLF message and loves using her skills to encourage others to say YES to donation!
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One Response to Noah’s Ride: In Memory of Noah Asid

  1. Victoria Jordan says:

    I’m so very sorry for their lost!!!

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