Joshua’s Angels

Real Rock, 92.9 The X presents another PROJECT X Event: The 2nd Annual Joshua’s Angels Motorcycle Run and Car Show for Joshua’s Camp at Morrie’s Chippewa Valley Mazda. All happening Saturday, September 23rd.

Motorcycle Run: Check in/Registration begins at 9:30am. Run departs at 11am with stops at the Back 40, Ted’s Timberlodge, and The View before returning to Morrie’s for the post run festivities. Cost is $25 per bike plus and additional $5 per passenger. Includes morning coffee and pastries as well as a fantastic meal after the run provided by Big Stack Meats and Catering.

Car Show: Begins at 11am. $5 donation per vehicle. Limited Edition Dash plaque for the first 50 cars in. Ends at 4pm. Special prize for overall fan favorite as well. All makes, models are welcome! Donations will go to Joshua’s Camp and stay locally here in the Chippewa Valley helping families with children going through cancer treatment. Special thanks to Bulldog Anderson, or Joshua’s Angels Car Show organizer.

The public is invited out to enjoy the car show as well as food, beverages, and other attractions between 11am and 4pm. We will have plenty of ice cold Budweiser products as well as Coca-Cola and Culligan Water to quench your thirst. Food will be available as well from Big Stack Meats, Davis Dogs, PJ’s Concessions, and Toppers Pizza.

The 2nd Annual Joshua’s Angels Motorcycle Run and Car show is presented by Morrie’s Chippewa Valley Mazda. Sponsored by Aerco Collision Center, Pistol Pete’s Custom Cycles in Menomonie, Zacho Sports Center, Max Bilt Off Road and MFG, Park Ridge Distributing, Coca-Cola, Monster Energy, Big Stack Meats and Catering,  Value Implement, Oakwood Villa, Gator Garb Promotions, and Rock Fest.

Project X – Joshua’s Angels 2016

Proceeds will go to Joshua’s Camp, helping families dealing with children with cancer. All money will stay local here in the Chippewa Valley. Find out more about this amazing charity by visiting their website:

Check out Cooper and Taylor on WEAU-13 News at 5 taking to Judy Clark about Joshua’s Angels.

And on Hello Wisconsin with Tyler Mickelson