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AUGUST 25 - SEP 01, 2015

Dice Run Will Aid Western NY Heroes

By Sam Archie

August 25, 2015


Mason 132 will be holding its 4th annual dice run on Sunday August 30th. This year a car show has been added, as well as live music outside from 12-7 pm. This year’s benefactor of the event will be Western New York Heroes, which will receive 100% of the proceeds. We will also have 3 food trucks Mister B’s, Pizza Amore and the Great Foodini.

The dice run will begin at the Masonic Lodge 9605 Colvin Blvd. It will take the bikers 65 miles through Niagara County with the end stop at the Rapids Theater. Registration begins at 10 am with kickstands up at noon. Cost is $15 per bike and $10 for passenger. Each biker and rider will receive a $5 food ticket.

The car show will take place at the Rapids. Registration begins at 10 am, show starts at Noon. Cost is $15 per car. This includes a $5 food ticket.

Trophies and prizes will be presented in 10 categories in each division, including Best of Show in each.

We will be having a 50/50 raffle.  Items that will be auctioned include a pass for The Woods at Bear Creek, drum kit signed by the bands and many more items.

The outside music lineup is as follows starting and noon and then every hour until 7 pm will be

12 pm Chris Borgatti Music

1pm Cue The Sun

2pm Disco Duck

3pm Byran Johnson

4pm Double Barrel

5pm Twin Lions

6pm Stalking Neptune

7pm High Horse

Than at 8 pm join us inside the Rapids Theatre for the after Party with our Headline act Klear.

The event is sponsored by Niagara Mason #132, The Rapids Theatre and The Starve.

The mission of WNY Heroes is to provide veterans, members of the armed services, and the widows and children of deceased veterans with access to essential services, financial assistance and resources that support their lives and sustain their dignity.

Founded in 2007 by U.S. Army veteran Chris M. Kreiger and community activist Dionne Kane, WNY Heroes is an IRS 501(c) (3) not-for-profit organization serving the needs of Western New York's veterans and their families.

Through direct experience, WNY Heroes has identified substantial gaps in post-combat care that must be addressed to enable veterans and their families to regain stability and health in their personal and professional lives.

For information on this year’s benefactor go to

To register for the dice run, or car show or to learn about the Masons go to

Come down have some fun and help out a great organization Sunday August 30, 2015






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