Anniversary Patch Contest :
This being the 30th anniversary of our chapter we are having a contest for our members to design a commemorative patch. The patch can be round with a 3” diameter or a 3” x 3” square. The patch should mention our 30th year and contain our chapter name and/or number (3169).

The design will be voted on by the membership and the winning design will be made into a patch that will be sold at the dealership. Designs should be emailed or given to any board member on or before June 14th. The designs will be posted on our website where members will be able to vote for their choice. Voting will commence on June 15th, continuing through June 30th. The winning design will be announced at the July Chapter meeting.

Not a lot of time left, so get your entry started!
April 17th :
Another great turnout for the Rocky Brook Falls Ride, there were many new faces and great additions to our group. It looks like riding season is here! Rocky Brook Falls were are beautifull this time of year as they cascade over the boulders.
April 2nd :
Everyone is excited to get started this season. It was a great turn out for this ride to Shelton.
March 20th :
Thank you to all of those that made the Bunny Run a huge success. Excluding the trailer full of household supplies that was donated, the numeric value of the donations the Bunny Run provided Housing Hope was approximately $ 6,700.00. This more than tripled previous donations. There were approximately 90 bikes on the run and many of those were 2 up. Thanks again every one.
March 5th
Mike and Earl took us for a trip around Camano Island and lunch at Veracruz Mexican Restaurant. We headed up Hwy 9 to Arlington, then cut over to Stanwood and leisurely putt around the island.
We had planned on stopping at Leatherheads, but unfortunately they have gone out of business.
February 21st :
Roadhouse Run
Bob (RC) and Paul (Sweep) lead the group through the backroads of Snohomish County to the top end of Lake Goodwin and to the once Roadhouse Bar and Grill the name of the place was changed to the Paddle Pub. We found the menu to be better, and thought the changes were all good.
February 5th :
After the February meeting, Ken (RCC), Mark (RC), and Bob (sweep) lead us on a ride to see one of the most iconic and majestic creatures of all time, the American Bald Eagle. We explored some scenic back roads on the way to Rockport State Park to view these amazing animals in thier natural habitat. Afterward we headed into Burlington to enjoy lunch at Bob's Burgers and Brew.