Greetings to you fellow Azusa Streetriders, family members and friends!

“Ride for the Ranch” turned out to be a great benefit ride for the Lighthouse Ranch for Boys in Loranger, Louisiana. In addition to the 70± mile road trip in the country, we had wonderful fellowship and plenty of jambalaya—thanks to Branden Naquin and fellow ASR member Tim Snyder. Pastor Randy Hennigan from the Kenner, Louisiana provided anointed music and a motorcycle “beauty” contest was held and judged by the boys at the Ranch. We also were blessed with a motorcycle skills demonstration by Toby Phillips and his wife from Georgia along with ASR member Steve Amason. Toby and his wife traveled approximately 500 miles to donate their time for this benefit! Thank you Toby and Christy for the great sacrifice and distance you drove to instruct us on motorcycle skills and safety.

Bro. Danny Smith, the director of Lighthouse Ranch for Boys, was able to share the history, present day needs and his burden for the Ranch. Many thanks to Bro. Smith, his staff and the Boys who reside at the Ranch for allowing us to make this event possible. Many bikers attended the Ride for the Ranch fundraiser including the CMA members from Baton Rouge, LA and Slidell, LA. Thank you Southeastern ASR chapter, out of state ASR members and friends for all of your efforts to make this a success! ASR members from Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi and Alabama rode in to support this great event, including Bro. Todd Story, ASR National Vice President, and Bro. Robert Thompson, ASR National Secretary.

Again, I extend my gratitude to you all, but most importantly thanks to our Lord Jesus Christ for a safe and prosperous event! Looking forward to next year!

Rev Ed Sears
Azusa Streetriders
Louisiana District Coordinator

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Anthony Storey
Rev. Anthony Storey is a licensed minister with the UPCI and has been a member of the Azusa StreetRiders since 2007. He resides in Pleasureville, Kentucky with his wife, Victoria.
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