Blaze Coffee Benefit Ride with the Wild Hogs

Studio 4
        Several years ago, a terrible accident took the life of a young man in Panhandle named Blaze Coffee. The loss brought the city of panhandle together to raise money, host very successful blood drives, and now a motorcycle club. They would like to invite you all to ride in honor of Blaze. In addition to the ride, we want to introduce you to this fun group of guys, called the Wild Hogs.

Here are the titles of the five Panhandle Wild Hogs:
– Sace Hardeman “Cowboy” is the Chief of Police in Panhandle
– Lyle Denny “Grumpy” is the Assistant Chief of Police in Panhandle
– Terry Coffee “Coach” is the Director of Panhandle EMS
– Scott Sherwood “Gator” is the Carson County Attorney
– Loren Brand “Doc” is the Carson County Sheriff

        Their motto is, “We Fight Crime and We Save Lives!” This is the 4th Annual Blaze Coffee Memorial Benefit Ride with the proceeds donated to Coffee Memorial. To date, they have given us over $15,000 towards the new bloodmobile we just purchased.

Blaze Coffee Benefit Ride
Saturday, May 16th
Carson County Ag Barn
9 a.m.
$25
806-477-0684

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