RIDE FOR DIME Expanded To Two Days
The fourth annual Ride For Dime (RFD), an annual charity remembrance ride and concert event held in memory of the victims of the December 2004 Alrosa Villa shooting ("Dimebag" Darrell Abbott, Jeff Thompson, Nathan Bray and Erin Halk), will be a two-day event this year, according to a posting on the Ride For Dime web site. "We have something very special in the works for August 9 and will be announcing details soon!" the organizers write. "August 10 will be the remembrance ride through Arlington!"
For more information, visit RideForDime.com.
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