From blood, coat , and cell phone drives, to "Bike Nights", to the MDA Tub Run, Kutter's fundraising support for local non-profits is unmatched.
On May 3, 2014, Independent Disability Services (IDS) was given the opportunity to participate in Kutter's Spring Open House at the Rudi Kutter Memorial Pavilion. Visitors to their Spring Open House enjoyed fantastic music by Rainbow Bridge, superb food from Famous Dave's, a raffle for a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, 50/50 drawings, and a silent auction.
Camden Park, Friends of Noah, and Independent Disability Services were three of the non-profits who benefited from the drawings, auctions and bar proceeds. There was also a winter coat drive, bake sale and the Camden Park Poker Run.
The event was a huge success, with hundreds in attendance. Thankfully, the weather cooperated, and riders were able to ditch their winter gear!
The rumble of Harleys, some good ole Rock n' Roll, and the ever-popular beer tent set the scene for a great community event. If you weren't able to attend, you missed out on a seriously good party! Dancing, camaraderie, and a general show of community support, helped make this a memorable day.
On behalf of IDS, our staff, board of directors, volunteers, and clients, we would like to extend a sincere thank you for the show of support we received during the Spring Open House. Also, we would like to extend a special thank you to CeeCee Phillipps and the entire Kutter staff for hosting such an extraordinary event. Our agency raised nearly $2000 that will go towards enhancing our mission to improve the quality of life for adults, children, and families affected by disabilities and special needs.
Finally, we would like to thank Scott Hembrook of Culligan Water for donating bottled water and our own staff and volunteers who took time out of their busy lives to help make this event a success.
Thank you again, Kutter Harley-Davidson, for all that you do to give back to the community!