Compeer of Lebanon County will hold its annual Warrior Motorcycle Run fundraiser for CompeerCorps, its veterans-focused program, on Armed Forces Day, which this year is on Saturday, May 20.

CompeerCorps creates one-to-one supportive friendships between veterans overcoming mental health issues and other veterans in the community. Veteran volunteers receive in-depth training before being matched with a veteran who is in mental health recovery.

Program participants are also brought together for a monthly breakfast and group community service opportunities.

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The CompeerCorps Warrior Motorcycle Run begins at 9 a.m. on May 20 at American Legion Post 910 in Lickdale. The 75-mile group ride route includes five scheduled stops, with the last one at American Legion Post 883 in Jonestown at around 3:30 p.m. Prizes, food, drink, and other activities will be awaiting participants. All vehicles are welcome to participate.

The registration fee is $25 per rider and $15 per passenger. Breakfast and a swag bag are included.

This is the third year the Warrior Motorcycle Run has been held. Organizers are also looking for event sponsors; for details, contact Ryan Allman at 717-272-8317.

For more information, find the event on Facebook or watch Compeer’s website for future updates.

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