Date(s) - 06/09/2018
10:30 am - 4:00 pm
On Saturday, June 9th, STEP Inc. (Support and Training for Exceptional Parents) will host its 5th Annual Charity Motorcycle Ride which will benefit Tennessee children and youth with disabilities. All motorcycle enthusiasts and riders are invited to join them on June 9th as riders will depart from STEP, Inc. headquarters located at 712 Professional Plaza in Greeneville, TN.
Registration begins at 10:30 am. Entry fee is $15.00 per bike, single or double. Kickstands go up at 11:00 am. Riders will leave on a two-wheel scenic adventure that will take them along State Route 107 (Erwin Highway) to Erwin, Tennessee, onto Shelton Laurel, North Carolina and back to Greeneville, Tennessee. Participants can register online at www.tnstep.org. The ride will be led by David Jennings, an experienced rider and proud father of a young man with special needs. Dutch treat lunch at a stop along the ride.
Door Prizes will be given exclusively to riders throughout the day. Snacks provided for riders at the conclusion of the ride. Rain date is June 16.
For more information on this event contact Donna Jennings at 423-639-0125, ext. 10.
About STEP, Inc. – www.tnstep.org
STEP, Inc. (Support and Training for Exception Parents) is Tennessee’s Parent & Youth Training and Information Center who assists families in navigating the special education process with training and information on IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act), offering individual assistance, consultations, referrals, support services, in-person group training, informational materials, and professional training. Services are FREE – birth through age 26.
Established in 1989, STEP, Inc. houses one of 109 Parent Centers across the U.S. funded in part by the U.S. Department of Education. STEP is a statewide nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that relies on individual, corporate, and foundation contributions and support. Headquartered in Greeneville (East) with offices in Nashville (Middle) and Memphis (West) with satellite offices in Chattanooga and Jackson, Tennessee. STEP provides bilingual staff in each area. Our goal is to empower parents so that they can become the best advocate for their child or teen and be an effective partner with school staff in planning the appropriate educational programs for their children and youth with disabilities.