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Greetings NJ VTX'rs!! Just a quick invite to our M&G on July 28th in scenic Interlaken, NY at O'Malley's Cabin On The Lake!!!

This is our 2nd annual, we're looking to make it bigger and better than last year's!

We're starting at O'Malley's at 11am, with your registration fee you get lunch which includes grilled entrees and side dishes and a non-alcoholic drink, we embark on the ride at 1PM, circling Cayuga Lake, one of the Fingerlakes in central NY wine country. We'll be making stops along the way on this trip for photo oppourtunities and adult refreshments. One of our stops includes the tallest waterfall in the eastern US, Taughannock Falls. We'll come full circle back to O'Malleys to enjoy the sounds of one of CNY's best blues bands, Pete Panek and the Blue Cats.

This is our official link:

Feel free to visit the NY board and click on anything labeled "Sturgeon," as we have all the bases covered from lodging to events to itinerary. If you click on the Sturgeon Camping thread, you'll see we have a large group of attendees staying at a NYS Park Campground at Cayuga State Park, many of us have spaces for tents if you should choose to hang with the ruffians, and there are ample hotels and motels in the region.

Our final meeting was held yesterday for the Sturgeon '07 Run. All loose ends are tied up, all details attended to, it's on rain or shine!!!!


We've come to an agreement that above and beyond our expenses for Sturgeon, we're donating what revenue we collect to one of our riders in the Southern Tier of NY who has fallen while at work. He's a self-employed contractor who will be out of work for many many months of recuperating and rehabilitation. It's something we all fear could happen to ourselves-out of work, injured, no income.

We're hoping everyone can attend, and make this charitable event for one of our own a night to remember.
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