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Greenville Fire Department Presents Red Hot Summer Downtown

friday bike night 300GREENVILLE, Ky. (5/2/13) – This weekend kicks off a busy summer for downtown Greenville. As Surfky.com reported earlier this week, the postponed Car Show is set for Saturday. But first up, it's Friday Night Bike Night all summer long.
 
Barry Waltrip, of the Greenville Fire Department says this will be quite a night, and all proceeds go to much replace worn out or needed fire department equipment and other worn out gear.
 
"Friday night starts up this year's Bike Night. We have a live band called Mason Dixon. And we'll have live music all summer long. The band starts at 6. We also hope to have Bouncing B’s there. Appleton's Harley Davidson from Clarksville, Tennessee is coming up. The car show starts Saturday.
 
They'll be arriving at 8 a.m. Registration starts at 10, and there's a late charge after 12 p.m. We'll give away several trophies, and all the money goes towards the Greenville Fire Department's needs, which is quite high right now. With the economy down we are really needing to raise funds to help the department overall." Waltrip said.
 
Friday Bike Nights roll on through the summer. Other events include:
–May Poker Run Date To Be Announced
–June ATV Ride June 8th
–July Golf Scramble DTBA
–August Car Show Saturday June 24th
–September Movie Night, DTBA
–October Chili Supper, Friday Night the 25
–November Turkey / Ham Shoot DTBA Friday Bike Nights
–May Poker Run DTBA
–June ATV Ride June 8th
–July Golf Scramble DTBA
–August Car Show Saturday the 24th
–September Movie Night DTBA
–October Chili Supper Friday Night the 25
–November Turkey / Ham Shoot DTBA
–December Santa Delivery's dates are by request anywhere in the county.
 
This summer’s complete lineup of bands for Bike Night includes:
–May 10 Live Band Overcome
–May 17 Live Band Just Us
–May 24 no bike night holiday weekend
–May 31 Battle of the Bands Start, 3 bands compete and the winner to go to the August 23 final night to compete for $1000.00 prize
–June 7 Band TBA
–June 14 Live Band Overcome
–June 21 Live Band Mason Dixon Band
–June 28th second contest of the battle of the bands winner moves on to August 23
–July 5 No Bike Night/ Holiday Weekend
–July 12: Mason Dixon Live, Appleton Harley Davidson Night
–July 19th: Live Band Just Us
–July 26: Final Battle of the bands winner moves to August 23
–August 2: Live Band Mason Dixon
–August 9: Live Band TBA
–August 16: Live Band Just Us
–August 23: FINAL Bike Night Battle of the Bands, Final PRIZE $1000.00! Appleton Harley Davidson, Bouncing B's
 
For more details on this summer’s fundraising events downtown you can stop by and see Barry Waltrip at Trophy Connection in Copper Creek Shopping Center, call 270-977-7909 or 270-338-3305
 
Paul McRee
SurfKY News
Photo provided by the Greenville Fire Department

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