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Reverend Beavis

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    I just spoke to the rep at the hotel. He said that only one room had been booked so far (out of a bloc of 50), so I'm not sure why you weren't able to. I clicked on the link above and it took me to the reservation page. You can also try calling the hotel directly at 503-370-7888. Let me know if you need further assistance.
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    I’ll check on it. Did you use the link above to book?
  3. I am the President of the Willamette Valley Victory Riders LC-92 in Salem Oregon. Several of us that I know of at this time are planning to ride down. Plan is to take two days, spending the night in Sparks or Reno. Feel free to join our FB page and we'll post plans there. https://www.facebook.com/groups/willamettevalleyvictoryriderslc92
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    The Willamette Valley Victory Riders LC-92 are proud to host the 2021 VMC NW Regional Meet-In-The-Middle, July 22, 23, 24. This is a no-registration-fee event, in lieu of the typical regional meet. We won't have a formal banquet, auction or raffle; it's a chance for friends and like-minded folks to gather, ride the best bikes on earth, experience the beauty of the Willamette Valley, and exchange BS stories over a frosty adult beverage (or whatever your pleasure may be). We are planning a hamburger BBQ Saturday night, with a donation bucket to cover the cost of food. The WVVR will have a list of rides, maps, area attractions, and members to lead group rides. In order to get an estimate on attendance, a separate Facebook "Event" will be set up. It would help us out if you could mark "Going" on the event. At the end of the last ice age, rich, diverse soils were deposited in the 150-mile stretch between Portland and Eugene. Today the Willamette Valley’s abiding allure has everything to do with these soils — its farm-to-fork food scene, a world-class wine and beer industry and the pioneering nature of its people, who come here to build, to make and to live the good life. Our coast is lined with sandy beaches, hiking trails, lighthouses and one of the best motorcycle routes in the country, Hwy 101. Late July weather in the valley averages a high of 84 degrees. The hotel is located directly off the Interstate 5 freeway, minutes from downtown Salem, 58 miles from the Oregon coast, and 109 miles from the central Oregon high desert. They have a full service restaurant and lounge, swimming pool, and fitness center. We have a bloc of rooms reserved at the Holiday Inn in Salem, OR. There is a choice of one king bed ($99/night) or two queen beds ($109/night). Breakfast is not included, but it can be added at booking. To register by phone, call 503.370.7888, and ask for the Victory Motorcycle Club bloc. To register online, click here: https://www.holidayinn.com/redirect?path=rates&brandCode=HI&localeCode=en&regionCode=1&hotelCode=slems&checkInDate=22&checkInMonthYear=062021&checkOutDate=25&checkOutMonthYear=062021&_PMID=99801505&GPC=MGF&cn=no&viewfullsite=true Should be fun. Hope you will plan to attend.
  5. It's on my calendar! Looking forward to it.
  6. A quick welcome message from Reverend Beavis.
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    KSU from The Hitchin' Post at 10:00 am following our regular monthly meeting. We'll take I-5 to Hwy 30, then cross over the Lewis & Clark Bridge into Longview. From there, we'll take Hwy 4 to the Astoria-Megler Bridge and stop for lunch at the Astoria Brewing Company. Then south on Hwy 101 to Hebo, and Hwy 22 west to Salem. Estimate time back to Salem is 6:00. 302 miles total. Map: http://bit.ly/2tNh1qf
  8. After meeting ride (assuming Hwy 242 is open by then): - The Hitchin' Post to Dee Wright Observatory via Hwy 22. - Hwy 20 to The Point Restaurant in Foster for a beverage. https://www.fs.fed.us/visit/destination/dee-wright-observatory https://www.facebook.com/events/609988776183754/
  9. Let's have a BBQ at the bay! We made this trip last year and had a great time, so we thought we'd do it even better this year. Following our monthly meeting, we'll ride the scenic route to Kelly's Brighton Marina at Nehalem Bay. I have family members with three reserved RV camp spots for Crab Derby Weekend. Linda will drive a car over with a large cooler which we can load up at The Hitchin' Post. We can start a list of things to bring, and people can contribute how they like. There will be fresh crab, oysters, and clams available to purchase at the marina. Items to bring: Hamburger patties: Brandon Hot dogs: Brandon Hamburger buns: Dale Hot dog buns: Dale Ketchup/mustard: Chips: Plates: Plastic utensils: Solo cups: Salad: Beer: Soda: Water: Other? https://www.facebook.com/events/617430958763351/
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    Monthly breakfast meeting of the Willamette Valley Victory Riders. Note: this meeting HAS BEEN CANCELED in lieu of the annual WVVR Christmas Party. https://www.facebook.com/events/413384332546315/
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    Monthly breakfast meeting of the Willamette Valley Victory Riders. https://www.facebook.com/events/460372881378678/
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    Monthly breakfast meeting of the Willamette Valley Victory Riders. https://www.facebook.com/events/452103062260912/
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    Monthly breakfast meeting of the Willamette Valley Victory Riders. https://www.facebook.com/events/2414607438767697/
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    Monthly breakfast meeting of the Willamette Valley Victory Riders. https://www.facebook.com/events/680825049044283/
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    Monthly breakfast meeting of the Willamette Valley Victory Riders. https://www.facebook.com/events/580672472442608/
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    Monthly breakfast meeting of the Willamette Valley Victory Riders. The Hitchin’ Post 8046 River Rd N Salem, OR 97303 https://www.facebook.com/events/2065891493459051/
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    The Willamette Valley Victory Riders are proud to host the 2019 KeizerFEST Poker Run on Saturday May 18th. It’s going to be a great day of riding the scenic Willamette Valley. When you register for the 2019 KeizerFEST Poker Run, or buy a raffle or 50/50 ticket, where does that money go? Proceeds for the 2019 run will go to help children in the Willamette Valley via the "V4K" (Victory-For-Kids) Project: We support children facing a wide range of special needs, including children in crises, abusive situations, including domestic violence, mental health, Post-Traumatic Stress, substance abuse and poverty stricken. All of these children deserve an environment of dreams, hope, respect and understanding at every level. V4K Bags: The project collects donations to assist and support the mental well-being and comfort for children during stressful transitions at police stations, shelters (abused & homeless ) children’s services offices and foster care agencies. The go-bags are filled with things they need, things to cuddle, things to hold on to, and know someone cares. Items include bubbles, coloring books & crayons, small toys for all ages, school supplies and stationery, small toiletries, books, journals or diaries, hand held games, flashlight, etc. Poker Run proceeds will be used to purchase these "go bags" and distribute to police, fire and other agencies around the valley. They will be kept in patrol and fire vehicles and provided to children in their moment of need. The WVVR has committed to purchasing 100 of these comfort bags. Any funds remaining after that will be directed to a veterans support organization.
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    Monthly breakfast meeting of the Willamette Valley Victory Riders LC 92. The Hitchin' Post 8046 River Rd NE Salem, OR 97303
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