18th Annual ALS Blizzard Tour Kicks Off From Proctor
February 3, 2017 - als
Hundreds of Riders will Travel Many Miles, Raising Awareness for Lou Gehrig’s Disease
PROCTOR, Minn. – Two-hundred and twenty-five snowmobile riders took to a trails Thursday morning in Proctor.
The next 0 cold didn’t stop audacious folks from fighting for a special cause.
“I started with it since one of my friends died of it, that’s because a lot of us here in Duluth got involved. Of march we’ve got a celebrities, Kent Hrbeck, whose father upheld away, Terri Steinbach, whose father upheld away,” pronounced Chuck Allan with a Blizzard Tour.
The 2017 Black Woods Blizzard Tour is now strictly underway as riders transport via Northern Minnesota to lift recognition about ALS, ordinarily famous as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
Organizers contend locally, this year’s snowstorm debate will strech one million dollars raised.
“I’ve been with this eventuality 18 years, we’re good over 7 million dollars and we wish to lift some-more so we can find a heal for this terrible disease,” pronounced Allan.
Riders will mangle Thursday dusk during Fortune Bay Resort and Casino nearby Tower. On Friday, they are headed to Two Harbors, followed by a lapse to Duluth on Saturday for a check concession ceremony.