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Historical Society's 37th ANNUAL HARVEST FAIR September 24, 2017

Relay For Life of Ashland and Holliston Team & Team Kiddie-Fenwal Announce Events

by Press Release
August 24, 2017

Our Team has been the top fundraising Team at Relay For Life for approximately the last 7 years and this year we were the #1 fundraising team in New England raising over $41,000.00!

Each year our team sponsors 3 major events: a Golf Tournament and Car Show every Fall and Comedy Night in the Spring and a few minor ones within our company. I am happy to announce we are adding one more this year!!! A Motorcycle Ride.

 

Our 5th Annual Car Show is on Saturday, September 23rd from 9 am - 2 pm at Kidde-Fenwal, 400 Main Street, Ashland. This is a Family Event which includes Live Entertainment, Refreshments for sale, a 50/50 Raffle, Raffles, and just a great day out and a chance for old and new friends to meet again.  

There are awards presented to 5 different categories who participate: Classic, Muscle, Motorcycles, Trucks, Hot Rods & Custom Cars and Best of Show. For the cars that participate there is "on grass parking". The Entry Fee is $15.00 in advance or $20.00 Day of Show.  This amazing event is Open to the Public with all proceeds benefiting the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Ashland and Holliston.  For more information, please contact Peter Kamitian at 508-231-2535 or Ed Rose.  There is a Rain Date of September 30th.

Our second event, "The Iron Horse Ride" also happens on September 23rd arriving at TJ Spirits, 355 West Union Street, Ashlandat 8 am with an Event Pin for the first 100 Riders.

We saddle up to hit the trail at 10 am and follow the "Lost Dutchman Mine Map" through the ghost towns of New England returning to TJ's at 3:30. RIder Fee is $10.00 per Rider. There is a prize for the best Iron Horse Rider Outfit. For more information contact Mark at 508-231-2583. All proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Ashland and Holliston.

 

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