GARDEN CITY, Kan. — The Garden City Community College Department of Public Safety (DPS) will host the 2019 “Ride for the Future” scholarship fundraiser on Saturday, April 27 at 10:00 a.m. The annual event is a community-engaging motorcycle ride, starting at Bible Christian Church in Garden City. Participants can register on the day of the event, starting at 9:00 a.m. at Bible Christian Church, which is located at 1501 E. Mary Street. Single rider registration is $30. Combo driver/rider registrations are $50.
All riders will have the opportunity to network with the Emergency Responders who serve as hosts along the route as well as with the DPS students who are impacted directly by the funds raised during the event. GCCC DPS students who volunteer during the event also gain valuable educational experience at the Ride, while aiding in the management of safety at a community event, interacting with their community supporters, and observing the Emergency Responders volunteering alongside of them.
Early registration for the “Ride for the Future” is encouraged, and registration forms are available at the Department of Public Safety office in the John Collins Vocational Technical Building at GCCC, or online at https://bradleysisk.wixsite.com/rideforthefuturegccc.
Funds raised during the 2019 “Ride for the Future” event will go toward scholarships for students enrolled in the GCCC Department of Public Safety programs. Since the first ride over 10 years ago, the “Ride for the Future” event has raised over $40,000 for DPS scholarships at GCCC.
For more information about the GCCC Department of Public Safety or the “Ride for the Future” event, contact Instructor Bradley Sisk at email@example.com or call 620-276-9503.
Garden City Community College exists to produce positive contributors to the economic and social well-being of society.
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