Twenty-Twenty-One marked the start of the return to “normalcy”, both for our country and for Revere’s Riders. We returned to running events mostly as we had before COVID-19; event attendees that wanted to take extra precautions at our events were welcome to do so but Revere’s Riders requires nothing specific to attend our events. This
Dear Members and Friends of Revere’s Riders, Two-thousand-twenty is a year that we will all likely remember for all the wrong reasons. COVID-19 impacted our lives negatively in ways that we likely had never imagined and it certainly made it’s mark on Revere’s Riders as we were forced to cancel 4 events because of it.
Dear Members and Friends of Revere’s Riders, Two-thousand-nineteen has now passed into two-thousand-twenty and it is time to reflect on our accomplishments and challenges as an organization. As is traditional for the President, I will present numerous statistics concerning what Revere’s Riders accomplished in the previous year. None of these could have occurred without the
Dear Members and Friends of Revere’s Riders, Two-thousand-eighteen has come to a close and it has been a year of both successes and challenges for Revere’s Riders. The statistics that I will present below do little justice to the hard work of our volunteers and instructors. What is not apparent in the 2018 statistics is
Dear Members and Friends of Revere’s Riders, Thank you for your generous support of Revere’s Riders over the past year. Your generous efforts have truly furthered our vision of “Every American Choosing Liberty, Every Day.” As we spend time with friends and family over the holidays, I wanted to briefly reflect on what Revere’s Riders
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