Two Groups Who Are Often Misjudged , Come Together At High Octane Saloon.The Bikers And The Homeless Came Together For A Benefit.
High Octane Saloon in Homosassa, Florida recently had a two day benefit for the homeless. Featuring the Greg Billings Band , Dangerous Ground, who just won the battle of the bands in Tampa, Florida. Lawless Intent , Bobby Friss, and Ricky Tanner.
Crystal River (I-Newswire) September 23, 2013 - Great Bay Distributors and Budweiser provided a truck and sponsored the Billings Band.
Bikers - Often misjudged as dirty killers , drug dealers and worse. Homeless - Often misjudged as dirty , drunks , crack heads, and worse. Wrong... Wrong...Wrong...
Many bikers are good people. They give more to charity and many other causes than people realize. They are Mothers and Fathers, Grandmothers, Christians , Brothers and Sisters. They are just like everyone else. Too often are they labeled wrong.
We wish to give great thanks to High Octane Saloon and their staff , the many bands and bikers, and the many others who showed up to make the event a great success. They were amazed when I informed them that 40 homeless people were among them. Homelessness can affect anyone. No one knew. Many in America are only a pay check or two away.
Our thanks to all that provided auction items and to the Great Ragoo for auctioning off many items ten times over. He was quite the entertainer. Thank you to the Owner of the High Octane Saloon located at 1590 South Suncoast Blvd in Homosassa , Florida 34448. High Octane Saloon
Your help saved over eighty Veterans , men, women, and children stay under roof. God bless you all and much Love.
Thank you to all the Bikers and their families out there that support so many good causes and charities. The homeless will not judge you , and appreciate all you do. If others would just look around, they would see the many good things that you do..
About Mission in Citrus Inc
Our Mission is to help all in need to the best of our ability. We follow the More.. parable of the Good Samaritan, as there are no requirements for our services. We constantly reinvent the wheel to make it all work. The faces of homelessness can change as well as each individual's circumstances.Our program has no paid staff. It is for the homeless to help the homeless. They offer each other a hand up, and not a hand out.
The Mission in Citrus Inc was founded in 2008, after our founder became homeless himself, and found that traditional shelters were not working, or addressing the needs of Veterans. Veterans fought for the rights of all, including themselves. The Founder felt that no one should lose those rights by becoming homeless. The shelters he stayed in, and visited, force the residents to church, hard labor, and many other things that do not make them productive or a part of society when they leave. That is why our Veterans Shelter is helping Veterans, and our other three shelters for the homeless are all working.Less..
Mission in Citrus Inc
James M Sleighter
2488 North Pennslvania Ave
Phone : 352-794-3825
Published On:September 23, 2013
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