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June 2016 Volume 26- Issue 6

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June 2016 Volume 26—Issue 6

Have a question? Please Call One of Us...

President: James Hanes ............................................................................ 352--817-9141 ............................................................................................... [email protected]

Vice President: Al Riccio..........................................................................201-978-1050 ................................................................................................funwithal@yahoo.com

Secretary: Briggette C. Heyne-Pace.........................................................352-361-1262 ..................................................................................................bree2217@yahoo.com

Treasurer: Nichole Bushnell....................................................................352-239-4365 ...............................................................................bushnellbookkeeping@gmail.com

SGT @ Arms: Pierre' Leduc..................................................................... 352--304-4640 .....................................................................................................................................

Assistant SGT @ VACANT ............................................................. .............................. ............................................................................................. ......................................

Membership: Judyann Antonio .............................................................. 352-653-9571 ........................................................................... [email protected]

PR Communications: Dennis Meeks...................................................... 352-625-7667 .................................................................................................. [email protected]

Legislative: Russell J. Pace....................................................................352-361-1606 ......................................................................................... [email protected]

Newsletter: Joe Wieland ......................................................................... 352-509-0513 ....................................................................................................... [email protected]

Products: VACANT ........................................................................................................ .....................................................................................................................................

Safety ED: VACANT.....................................................................................................

Web Master: vacant

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June 2016 Volume 26—Issue 6

Our Monthly Newsletter is Free of ChargeThe Chapter was Formed in 1991

All items to be printed in the newsletter are due by the 2nd Saturday of the month.Allphotos become property of ABATE of FLORIDA, INC. Forest Chapter and cannot be re-turned. The views and opinions expressed within this newsletter are not that of ABATE

of FLORIDA, INC. or the Forest Chapter ABATE of FLORIDA, INC. and the Forest Chapter of Marion County Florida is not responsible for any activities or the contents of

non-ABATE of FLORIDA, INC.flyers._________________________________________________________________________

Goals and Purpose1. Promote motorcycle safety through education2. Promote voter registration3. Motivate members to contact their legislators4. Eliminate unfair motorcycle legislation5. Improve the public image of motorcyclists6. Provide a lobbyist to represent ABATE of FLORIDA, INC.7. Work with legislators in the interest and protection of all Motorcyclist rights on a state and

national level_______________________________________________________________________

Please Support Our Advertisers.They Support Us.

Tilted Kilt3155 E. Silver Springs Blvd, Ocala, FL (352) 351-5458

DJ & Gina's16535 SE 99th Ave, Summerfield, FL (352) 307-9750

Black Bear Pub12386 E HWY 40 Silver Springs, Fl 34488 352-625-0582

Kool Kat Saloon9980 CR 25, Belleview, Fl (352) 245-1099

Earl's Cycle Center2420 N. Pine Ave (Hwy 441) Ocala, FL (352) 629-3166

Charlie Horse2426 E Silver Springs Blvd, Ocala, FL (352) 622-4050

Law Office of Richard Lester7334 Topanga Cyn Blvd, Suite 200, Canoga Park, California (800)

531-2424 The Nowhere Bar8970 SW 27th Ave. Ocala, FL (352) 237-7970

Law Office of Brent C. Miller8564 County Road 466, The Villages, FL (352) 753-2833

H & B Cycles3914 Old Gainesville Rd., Ocala, Fl (352) 351-5122

Fox Crossing10932 E. CR 25 Ocklawaha, FL, (352) 288-0104

Sharkey's Lounge22220 SW Hwy 484 Suite B, Ocala, Fl (352) 245- 6626

Cactus Jack's23740 NE Highway 314 Salt Springs Fl, 32134 (352-685-2244)

Baseline Bar & Grill1903 SE 58th Ave Ocala Fl 34480

Ocala Backflow & Fire Sprinklers LLC4964 NW 57th Ave. Ocala Fl 34482 (352-368-3681)

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Presidents report for newsletter

Hello everyone.

I hope this finds everyone in good health. Right now ABATE of Florida Inc. Is losing membership across the board. If our chapter is going to continue we need to get our membership numbers up.

Also we need members to get involved and help plan a fundraising event for the near future. The current board of directors are working diligently to correct issues and improve communication. The BOD has spoken about and is considering reducing the number of newsletters we print. And going to an on line newsletter. Please if everyone would email membership (and cc the newsletter trustee) and update you email address to receive the monthly newsletter.

Thank you all and I hope to see everyone at our next chapter meeting.

James Hanes Forest Chapter President.

•To become a powerful and viable political force in legislative mattersconcerning the motorcyclist.•To promote the safe riding habits without infringing on individual freedoms.•To motivate the bikers to write letters to their legislators before, during, andafter the legislative session.•To furnish our members with a newsletter to keep all bikers informed inregards to upcoming legislation.

ABATE

WHO WE ARE

We are a non-profit organization of motorcycle enthusiasts from all walks of life. We lobby and educate the government and the general public to promote motorcycling in a safe and positive image. We endeavor to enlist the cooperation and participation of all organizations and individuals that share a similar interest in preserving our American tradition of FREEDOM. We promote motorcycle safety, training, & political awareness. We ARE NOT A CLUB OR A GANG. We fund our work through toy runs, poker runs, camp outs, and other motorcycle activities. We are your neighbors & friends who work, pay taxes, and get involved with our community. We serve and support our country and believe in freedom. We use all legal means to protect our rights without infringing on the rights of others.

OUR GOALS

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ABATE OF FLORIDA, INC Ocala, Forest Chapter

General Meeting Date; 5/7/2016 Charlie Horse Restaurant

American Brotherhood Against Totalitarian Enactments And…… American Bikers Aimed Towards Education

Hello ABATE Forest Chapter Legislative Warriors!

I’m excited about some upcoming changes to the Forest Chapter Board and my hope is you all will get your scoots out and come see everyone at the next meeting. We miss your cute, sexy and handsome Biker faces. Every one of you has an important role in Forest Chapter of ABATE.

On a serious note, it’s going to take each and every one of us to fight these Legislators wanting to mandate lids on every Biker in Florida and Nationally. It isn’t a joke! Last session a Senator proposed to repeal our Freedom of Choice HB1911 Law. He almost got away with it! That vote was 19 in favor and 22 against. That vote had support on both sides of the aisle.

As your Acting Secretary I am pleading with you for the love of our freedom, that many Men and Women died to protect…. Come on out and be a part of your ABATE Forest Chapter Family. Support your Board Officers. They volunteer to protect Biker’s Rights and give many selfless hours without asking for anything in return. Come out and share and socialize—you mean a lot to us as your Brothers and Sisters – Most of all we need your Legislative Warrior Spirit!

Ride Free, “Bridge” acting Secretary

General Meeting Minutes Saturday May 7th 2016 Start time: 0940hrs in attendance 23

Report of Officers

President James Hanes- Received January, February and March Treasury Reports from the Treasurer Nicole. I am signing them and she will be mailing them to the State Treasurer. A discussion was held about April’s Treasury Report.

VP Albert Riccio –A discussion as held about the status of the reports filed with state.A discussion was held about the updates of where we stand with getting the Advertisers caught up. Announced the importance of running for an office and encouraged members to participate in the elections.

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June 2016 Volume 26—Issue 6ABATE OF Florida, INC. FOREST CHAPTER

GENERAL MEETING May 7, 2016Discussed the Forest Chapter State Delegate Meeting and reminded Members to bring in items like sodas and desserts. Everyone is welcome to drop stuff off at Bridgette and Russ’ house. James Hanes will be dropping off some soda. Everything else is on task for the state meeting in August.

Acting Secretary Bridgette Pace – Please fill out the Officer Update Form since there have been changes. A new one will need to be completed as soon as the New Board is seated in June.Please make sure to state your name for the Secretary’s minutes.A motion was made by Frank to accept the Secretary’s Minutes as read, 2nd by Bryan, no discussion was held and the motion passes with no abstain votes.Treasurer Nicole Bushnell – absent working.A Discussion was held on which months motions were needed to accept which months of treasury reports. January through March was accepted in previous minutes “as read”.The Treasury Report was tabled until April and May are completed.A discussion was held about the Advertisement payments.The Sgt @ Arms announced that the Treasurer was on the phone till 3am with the State Treasurer and requested an Audit of the books.

Sgt @ Arms Pierre LaDuc – Discussed the trailer and asked who wanted to take the trailer. Held a discussion about the good job of the Treasurer and the President. Announced will not be running for an Office again.

Judyann Antonio –We have 77 Life Members and 53 Annual Members. We lost 7 members in March for non-renewals, 0 for non re new also in April; we had 2 renewals in April. We have 7 due in May, 6 due in June, 3 due in July and 4 due in August.I have the membership printout if you want to look at it to see when you are due. We need our membership numbers back up. Please help us get our membership numbers back up.I need to get started getting these quilts done. I need to go by the stuff to get the quilts done. A discussion was held on who are signors on the Forest Chapter Bank Account. The Treasurer and the State Treasurer and the State President are the only available account signors. The others on the account as signors are no longer Executive Board Officers and need to be taken off the account. VP Albert Riccio went to the bank to verify some information. He is still not a signor on the account, neither are others on the current Executive Board only the Treasurer Nicole Bushnell.The discussion went back to making the quilt and Judyann announced she doubted the quilt would be done in time for the August State Delegate meeting. A discussion was held on who would be receiving the moneys for the quilt ticket sales. Bridgette {ace and Bob Hambidge suggested this information is gotten from state because in the past items sold at state were to make money for the State Treasury. Judyann will be contacting state to ask who will accrue the quilt ticket sales Forest Chapter or the State Treasury. A check needs to be made out so Judyann can go an purchase the quilt materials. VP Albert Riccio will donate the funds for the backing.

Legislative Trustee Russ Pace – absent overseas.

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ABATE OF FLORIDA, INC. FOREST CHAPTER GENERAL MEETING May 7, 2016

Bridgette Pace reported for Russ Pace- I brought some materials from the local Marion County Supervisor of Elections Office. The District lines are changing in the Northern corridor and the SE Corridor due to a Lawsuit by a Legislator. It will not affect a lot of Voters; polling places will change for them. Part of the lawsuit was making sure the SOE Office sends every Marion County Voter a new card—new card holders are up front too.

Newsletter Editor Joe Wieland- We are down to six unpaid Advertisers. I‘ll keep meeting with them. I’m still working hard at it to get the Advertisers caught up. A discussion was held on the amount of Newsletters delivered.

Safety and Awareness – vacant

Delegate’s Report - Joe Wieland and Bridgette PaceShotgun Drawing Ticket Sales Please sees Bridgette. New Member Robin has sold two books already. All the books are signed out see Greg Smale if you would like to purchase a ticket. The drawing is in early December 2016.State took a vote to go to Tally and we are having the Freedom Rights Rally this next April. A discussion was held by old Members informing the new members what and how we ride in Tallahassee and visit our Legislators.We need to take a vote on the four Proposed Bylaw changes to Membership fees at the next meeting so we can take the vote from our chapter to the next State Delegate Meeting. Please read the Newsletter and get informed to bring your vote back to the next meeting. You can also go to the state website and find them there.State conducted there last round of nominations- there will be some changes on the State Board. Everyone is encouraged to read the Masterlink and the State Reports. We brought back some Masterlink State Newsletters they are up front.Bridgette read the Lobbyist’s Proposal letter from Doc Reichenbach and a motion was made Bridgette to accept the Lobbyist Proposal, 2nd by Albert a discussion was held the vote passed with no one abstaining.

Old Business-Bridgette reminded we need Delegates for the next state meeting and volunteered to be one.A reminder that our vote for the Bylaw Proposal was to be sent back to state along with the Lobbyist Proposal Vote.

New Business- The President asked for a Supervisor of Elections and the volunteer from the last meeting Glenn Myers was in attendance. Glenn Myers announced His intent to run for President and Russell Fascenda volunteered to be the Supervisor of Elections.

Good of the Order-The 50/50 winner was drawn Mrs. Dunlap, a Member and Veteran won the 50/50.

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As of April 2nd, 2016 The Forest Chapter has 60 Annual, 77 Life. That gives us 137.

Since the February State meeting they called it an illegal vote since the person that ask to raise the membership dues did not summit the proper paper work to state before bringing this motion to the delegation to vote on we were asked to STOP collecting the $30 & $600 membership fees till voted on at the April state meeting.

WE are still collecting the $20.00 and or the $150.00 till FURTER NOTICE. Please renew as early as possible to get in on this savings. So far we have 2 new members for March. WE lost 4 due in Feb, 7 due in March, 2 due in April, 7 due in May, & 6 due in June.

OKAY so far as you see we are still collecting the normal membership dues til we send our DELEGATE to the April state meeting where there are to Vote on the membership fee’s going up we really need you to show up at the next meeting and place your vote on this New membership fee and if you wish too you can also pay your membership dues up front and early if you wish to save money. Hope to see you at the next general meeting.

Thank you all.

See below for your name if you don’t see it and can’t remember when you are due call or email me and I will get back to you. If you run into them please tell them thank you very much for joining with us. We want you ALL to be able to stay in contact with us and updated with what is happening around town and Florida too. Please do the same by emailing me at [email protected] Our reports are due on the 2nd Weekend of the month for the newsletter, So we can get them out to you as early as we can since our meetings are the 1st Saturday of each month now at 9:30 Am at Charlie House On Hwy 40/East Silver Spring Blvd Ocala, Fl 34470,

Thank you all for your help & support. Please Ride Safe out there.

Judyann Antonio (Membership Trustee)

JOINED EXPIRES LAST NAME FIRST NAME JOINED EXPIRES LAST NAME FIRST NAMEMar-15 Mar-16 Cruit Robin Dec-15 Dec-16 Donnelly Brian GeorgeMar-12 Mar-16 Fogle Daniel C. Dec-14 Dec-16 LaLonde Tina AnneMar-15 Mar-16 Guenther James (Greg) Dec-13 Dec-16 Sanford Dennis H.Mar-15 Mar-16 O'Brien Peter Dec-15 Dec-16 Sprague CharlieMar-15 Mar-16 Rummler Rand Feb-16 Feb-17 Beukema HankMar-15 Mar-16 Smith Larry Feb-16 Feb-17 Franck LisaMar-15 Mar-16 Westman Sr. Kevin M. Feb-15 Feb-17 Hodge DwaineApr-15 Apr-16 Fondren Theresa Feb-16 Feb-17 Hodge Edna C.Apr-04 Apr-16 Goldsmith DJ ( David ) Feb-16 Feb-17 Myers GlennMay-15 May-16 Gienapp Rodney Feb-16 Feb-17 Myers Tina May-15 May-16 Hanes James M. Mar-16 Mar-17 Diaz AlanMay-15 May-16 Jeskey David R. Mar-16 Mar-17 Dunlap BryanMay-14 May-16 McCracken Timothy Aug-15 Aug-17 Novella MikeMay-15 May-16 Melin John Jun-15 Jun-16 Mozzochi TomJun-15 Jun-16 Muarry PatrickMay-91 May-16 Reichenbach ll JamesMay-15 May-16 Robertson Lou AnnJun-15 Jun-16 Leuthause GeraldJun-08 Jun-16 Meeks Dennis A.Jun-15 Jun-16 Morrison Patty

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Hi Ya'll! Pay attention to what our Legislators are doing in sessions. We have a lot of stuff coming at us hard. I mean, HARD! If you like your Freedom of Choice Helmet laws nationwide, in some states, get on the ball and call all your districts Washington Legislators. Now is the time, tomorrow will be affected! PAY ATTENTION! We need our volunteers supported in ABATE. below is Scribes legislative reports. Love to you all, bridge. PR and Legislative Trustee Forest Chapter.

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NEWSLETTERIf any member would like the newsletter emailed to them please send your email address to Judyann Antonio Membership Trustee or to Joe Wieland Newsletter Editor

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Hey Everyone, Here is the “All-rider motorcycle helmet laws” section of alarger report sent out by the “Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety” or as they like to call themselves The “Advocates”. I have never heard of them and most of you probably never have either, so here is how they describe themselves. This group was started in 1989 and is based in Washington DC. I will keep my comments and interjections in red so it will not become confusing.

Darrin “Scribe” Brooks State Legislative Trustee ABATE of Florida, Inc.

ABOUT ADVOCATES Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety is an alliance of consumer,

health and safety groups and insurance companies and agents working together to make America's roads safer.

Advocates encourages the adoption of federal and state laws, policies and programs that save lives and reduce injuries. By joining its re-

sources with others, Advocates helps build coalitions to increase par-ticipation of a wide array of groups in public policy initiatives

which advance highway and auto safety.

For more information, please visit www.saferoads.org.

Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety 750 First Street, NE, Suite 1130

Washington, D.C. 20002 202-408-1711

Follow us on Twitter: @SafeRoadsNow

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ABATE OF FLORIDA, INC, FOREST CHAOPTER

Goldie opened a discussion on the need for relevance of ABATE and the need for younger Bikers to get involved. Bridgette made a motion to adjourn the meeting, Pierre 2nd and all were in favor with no one abstaining.

Adjourned 1100hrs.

Moved to Nominations by Supervisor Of Elections Russell Fascenda.

Election of officers for the Forest Chapter of ABATE of Florida, Inc, will be held at the chapter meeting on June 4, 2016. Additional nominations will be accepted prior to the vote. The following were nominated for elected position, and offered the opportunity to accept or decline at the chapter meeting on May 7.

President: Glen Myers - accepted

Pierre LeDuc - declinedVice-President: Bridgette Pace - declined Al Riccio - accepted

Secretary Bridgette Pace - declined TIna Myers - acceptedTreasurer

Joe Wieland - acceptedSergeant at Arms Frank Smith - declined Pierre LeDuc - declined Stan Menendez - accepted

Officers will hold position from immediately after the election, until the June 2017 chapter meeting. In addition to these elected positions, volunteers will be needed for other trustee positions. Anyone interested in these positions is encouraged to attend the ABATE State Leadership Seminars the second weekend in July (location to be announced). The Trustees of the Chapter include Membership, Public Relations, Products, Legislative, Newsletter Editor, and Safety and Awareness.

Submitted by Russell Fascenda, supervisor of elections.

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State Legislative Report

JUSTICES GIVE GREEN LIGHT TO STOPS OVER LICENSE PLATES

In a case that started with a dangling tag light, the Florida Supreme Court made clear Thursday that police officers have broad authority to pull over motorists whose license plates are not fully visible.

Justices, in a 5-2 decision, rejected an appeal from Jermaine D. English, who was stopped by Orlando police because a tag light and wires were hanging down over the license plate on a vehicle he was driving. Evidence found during the stop led to English being charged with possession of cocaine, marijuana and paraphernalia.

In seeking to suppress the evidence, an attorney for English contended that police did not have cause to stop the vehicle. But the Supreme Court upheld a 2014 decision by the 5th District Court of Appeal, which found that state law requires numbers and letters on license plates to be "plainly visible at all times."

A major part of the dispute centered on whether the law applies only to license plates that have been defaced or covered in substances, such as grease, that would prevent them from being easily read --- or whether it also applies to situations such as bulbs and wires hanging down.

"We conclude that the plain language of (the section of state law) is clear and unambiguous, and requires that a license plate be plainly visible and legible at all times

without regard to whether the obscuring matter is on or external to the plate,'' said Thursday's ruling, written by Chief Justice Jorge Labarga and joined by justices R. Fred Lewis, Peggy Quince, Charles Canady and Ricky Polston.

But Justice James E.C. Perry, in a dissent joined by Justice Barbara Pariente, wrote that the law was intended to prevent motorists from "physically altering or obscuring the license plate."

"Under the majority's view, the licensing statute could lead to potentially outrageous results," Perry wrote. "For example, families and avid bikers who utilize rear bike racks will now be guilty of unlawful activity if any part of the bicycle or bicycle rack --- or the nylon straps which are used to secure the bike to the rack --- covers the license plate. The possibilities under which law enforcement may now detain drivers under this statute are limited only by the imagination, potentially placing in the hands of law enforcement unfettered discretion to enforce the statute."

In going to the Supreme Court, English's attorney argued that the 2014 ruling by the 5th District Court of Appeal conflicted with an earlier decision by another appeals court. That decision, by the 2nd District Court of Appeal, found that police could not stop a vehicle because a trailer hitch blocked the view of a license plate, according to a brief filed last year by English's attorney.

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The Supreme Court majority, however, sided with the 5th District Court of Appeal and rejected the earlier ruling.

"The plain language of (of the section of law) requires that a license plate be 'clear and distinct' and 'free from defacement, mutilation, grease, and other obscuring matter;' it does not suggest that matter external to the license plate may constitute a permissible obstruction under the statute,'' Labarga wrote.

Darrin S. BrooksState Legislative Trustee

ABATE of Florida, Inc.www.abateflorida.com

News from The AMA

U.S. Reps. Bill Flores (R-Texas), Peter Welch (D-Vt.), Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), Jim Costa (D-Calif.), Steve Womack (R-Ark.) and Cedric Richmond (D-La.) introduced H.R. 5180, the “Food and Fuel Consumer Protection Act of 2016” today. The American Motorcyclist Association supports this bill.

The bipartisan legislation would cap mandated ethanol content in the nation’s fuel supply at 9.7 percent and institute a provision that automatically reverts the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s annual Renewable Volume Obligations to the previous year’s percentage if the EPA misses its Nov. 30 deadline. And, finally, the bill would ensure commercially available cellulosic and advanced ethanol has a place under the 9.7 percent cap.

In other words, the bill would stop the federal government from forcing E15 fuel (15 percent ethanol by volume) into the market. Capping the ethanol mandate helps ensure the availability of safe fuels like E10 and a continuing place in the market for ethanol-free gasoline (E0) for older motorcycles. This is important, because the last RVO rule issued by the EPA decreased the E0 supply to just 130 million gallons from 9.2 billion gallons in 2016, despite the fact that the demand for E0 doubled.

Tell your representative to support H.R. 5180.

Darrin S. BrooksState Legislative Trustee

ABATE of Florida, Inc.www.abateflorida.com

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We've got the coldest beer in town10:30 AM 365 Days A Year

Food Available Too! Burgers, BBQ, Pizza & More

CocktailsBeerWine

25 Cent Pool TableLive Music Fri & Sat 9 P.M.

23740 NE Highway 314 Salt Springs, Florida 32134

(352) 685-2244

Biker Friendly Great Kick Stand Parking Poker Runs Welcome Pavilion Outside

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What's HappeningCactus Jack's 2016 Calendar Of Bands (352-685-2244)

FrazzledSouthern Rukus

ChromeHired Guns

June 3rd & 4thJune 10th & 11thJune 17th & 18thJune 24th & 25th

Cactus Jack's Weekly Events SUNDAY

Cactus Jack's Famous Bloody Mary's $3 MONDAY @ 7 P.M.

Nachos! Texas Hold'Em and Screw your neighbor! $2 Domestic Beer 6-10 P.M.

TUESDAY Pool Tournament @ 7 P.M.

Covered Dish is always welcome WEDNESDAY

1-2-3 Starts @ 4 P.M. Ends @ 9 P.M.$1 Draft $2 Domestic Beer $3 Well Liquor

THURSDAY Karaoke & Free Buffet @ 6 P.M.

FRIDAY AFTERNOON Buck - Up @ 4 P.M.

Buy 1 Get 2nd for $1 Well liquor or Domestic Beer FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT

Live Band @ 9 P.M.Please call (352)68S-2244for any details. All events and specials are subject to

change Hello Fellow Abate Members,

My wife and I would like to invite all of you over for a cook out at our house Saturday May 28th. We would like to do this around 1pm and then go for a ride afterwards . It is byob and we ask is that you bring a side dish to go with the burgers and dogs we will provide. If you are able to bring a chair please do. If you would like to bring anything over in advance you are more than welcome to do so. Please RSVP by Saturday May 27th by text or phone call to 352-484-4291 (Glenn) or 352-484-4290 (Tina) so we can get a head count. Our address is 18475 SE 55th Place Ocklawaha32179. We are looking forward to meeting and getting to know all of you!!

Glenn and Tina Myers

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ABATE OF Florida

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