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Spring Diaper Run, Sat. Apr 19 at Noon, Greenville Shrine Club PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 07 April 2014 17:55

Spring Diaper Run, Sat. Apr 19 at Noon, Greenville Shrine Club

With the Julie Valentine Run being a couple of weeks away (April 19th), wanted to let y'all know that there are donation boxes place at Sunrise Saloon and Grill in Greer, Moe's Place in Taylors, Just One More in Taylors, The Bar in Greenville, ESB bar in Piedmont, The House Bar and Resturant in Simpsonville, Two Bert's Bar in Simpsonville, and finally House Divided Bar on Woodruff Rd for those who are wanting to donate but will not be able to attend or those who would like to make a larger donation than will fit on you bike.

As you know they are the initial responders and follow-up counselors for children that have been abused and sexually assaulted. Let's all pitch in to help this center continue thier mission, would love for our biking community come together and provide most of their needs for the next 6 months until we have our Fall Diaper Run. Below is a list of their Immediate Needs:
■Juice boxes & individually packaged snacks: pretzels, fruit chews, goldfish crackers, teddy grahams, baked chips, etc. (no peanut butter due to allergies) – These are used in their children’s waiting area as well for all of our groups (parenting, teen groups, etc.)
■Give-away items for teen groups to include: pocket size scented lotions, flavored chapsticks, colored pencils, hand-sized balls (hacky sack type), ball cards, travel size cologne or body spray, etc. (feel free to get other items that teens would like)
■Individually wrapped candies
■Blank recordable dvd’s (used to record our forensic interviews)
■Copy paper
■Office Supplies (Pens, post-its, legal pads, 10 x 13 envelopes, etc.)
■Toilet paper, paper towels, napkins, plastic forks/knives/spoons, paper plates
■Large black trash bags
■Hand soap
■Gift cards to be used for any of the above
■Event tickets to be given to our clients families such as movie tickets, Drive baseball game, bowling passes, hockey tickets, BiLo Center events, Frankie’s Fun Park, skating, etc.

Thank you!
Vickie ~Free Spirit~ Fleming,
Coordinator for Greenville Chapter of ABATE of SC

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Greenville ABATE 27th Annual Christmas Toy Run 2012 (video) PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 05 December 2012 11:55

Thanks to everyone for making this year's Christmas Toy Run great!

Dedicated to the memory of "Danger Dan" Penson, to benefit the Julie Valentine Center, Greenville, SC.

Many thanks to:
Tony Moser-video
Vickie Fleming-pictures
Parker Fire Dept.
Greenville Shrine Club
Greenville County Sheriff
Greenville City Police
Julia Smith at The Bar
ABATE of Greenville
Greenville Bikers

Stereo On - It's Christmastime Again
by Oilville Christmas Dynasty
Written by Dan Arnold
on album:
A Whole Lotta Santa
Used by permission, creative commons license

See you next year!

Merry Christmas!

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Protect Your Future On the Open Road PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 31 October 2010 14:29

Chad Fuller, from the Columbia, SC office of Tom McGrath's Motorcycle Law Group, gave a presentation at today's ABATE meeting. Here is the video that the firm produced, with helpful advice on insurance coverage to protect yourself in the event you are hit by someone.

Chaplain’s Corner podcasts PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 02 October 2010 14:06

The Chaplain's Corner has been changed to show podcasts from ABATE of Greenville's Chaplain, Glenn Taylor. You can listen online or subscribe to the podcast for your mobile phone/device/music player.  Check out the podcasts here.

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ABATE of South Carolina, Greenville County Chapter

A Brotherhood Against Totalitarian Enactments

ABATE is a motorcycists' rights organization dedicated to preserving individual liberties and biker rights.

ABATE works to increase motorcycle awareness among all motorists and supports voluntary rider safety training.

ABATE works to educate concerned citizens on how to effectively impact the legislative process.

ABATE encourages bikers to become politically active in their communities.

ABATE is non-partisan and welcomes all riders and friends of liberty.

ABATE works closely with other state chapters and national motorcycle rights organizations throughout the country such as the National Coalition of Motorcyclists, Motorcycle Riders Foundation, American Motorcycle Association, and Biker Republic

ABATE sponsors various benefits, events and runs.




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