GRAND OPENING! Triple D Motorsickle Events Arena – Veteran’s Benefit Venue – July 3rd through July 8th!


The Triple D Motorsickle Events Arena is a 501c(3) Not-For-Profit to help our local disabled Veterans, as well as those afflicted with P.T.S.D. by raising funds via live entertainment, BBQ cook-offs, and assortment of other activities.

A 40′ x 30′ stage under construction, go big or go home!

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We as a family have built what we believe will be a continuously growing safe haven, and with the help of local musicians, as well as other festivities and talents, we hope to bring our community closer together thru this bond, and make a significant difference, in not only the lives of the soldiers of whom we are fortunate enough to aid in any small way possible, but leave a profound footprint behind us for others to see and feel safe, knowing that someone of their community is truly right there for them!

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Conceived by Troy Searcy, Triple D Motorsickle Events Arena will cater to up to 1,000 people per event. Camping is available, and advised. Though we promote a family-friendly atmosphere, we know many of you will indulge in adult beverages and want you to act responsibly. Tent camping is FREE with event ticket fees, the only “camping charge” is that of campers and toy haulers.

Over 20 acres in the main event field alone! Click image for larger view!

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Weekend events are open to vendors of all types.

Crafts and other merch are $25. Food sales are $50 (current food license required). Buy two days, stay for Sunday free.

Number of food spots is limited, call now.

Must be paid in advance. Contact Troy at 785-580-5387

Triple D Motorsickle Events Arena
7533 N.W. Docking Road, Silver Lake, Kansas 66539

Info: 785-580-5387

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For more detailed directions, CLICK HERE!

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Visit the Triple D Motorsickle Events Arena – Facebook Page

UPCOMING EVENTS!

Monday, July 3rd – “Lets Light Up The Night!”

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We are offering up FREE WILL DONATION CAMPING SPOTS prior to the BIG
SHOW WEEKEND, and will be having a truly “bigger than your neighborhoods
display” of fireworks.  I have been trying my best to hold onto these for a special
occasion, and can’t think of a better night than with friends and family to do them
with! Bring yours, add to the party!
 

As it stands it will be a BYOC (BRING YOUR OWN COOLER) $10/COOLER type affair,

BUT NO GLASS BOTTLES!

July 3rd 2017 to July 5th 2017

04:00 PM – 04:00 PM

Call for spaces -785-580-5387  More info at the FB Event Link!

Friday, July 7th – Shawn Ward and Straight Shot

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Saturday , July 8th – Cow Skin Creek

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AMERICANA, BLUEGRASS, ROCK, HIGH ENERGY, OUTLAW, SOUNDS LIKE A FULL BAND ONSTAGE…

These are just some of the words that are used to describe a Cow Skin Creek live performance. Formed in 2015 by Scott Peters and Anthony Trupia thru a Craigslist ad, they quickly found their own unique sound, a blend of Americana and Bluegrass with a rock and roll edge.

They released “The Kansas EP” in 2016 with four original songs and are currently in the studio recording a full length CD titled “Fall River.”

When not in the studio or writing new songs you will find them out playing shows with artists such as: Fireside Collective, Mountain Deer Revival, Drew Kelly and many more.

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Cow Skin Creek – Kansas State Line

This is only the beginning, save this page for updates!

Trump Raises Nearly 6 Million For Veterans At Benefit Rally During The GOP Debate


DES MOINES, Iowa  — If Donald Trump had any second thoughts about skipping the GOP debate, he certainly didn’t show it as he took the stage before a raucous crowd at Drake University on Thursday night to say that he had raised nearly $6 million for veterans in one day.

The entire event was put together in less than 24 hours. 

For several days now, the pundits have pontificated about the damage that Trump’s decision could inflict on his campaign. But, comparing his crowd and the number of cameras to the Academy Awards, Trump waved off the notion that Iowans would see him as a sore loser.

“We love our vets,” Trump said.

“When you’re treated badly you have to stick up for your rights,” Trump added, alluding to his relationship with Fox. “And that’s what our country has to do.”

“We have to stick up for our country when we’re being mistreated.”

He added that Fox had been “extremely nice,” but it was too late. In an interview with CNN just before the rally, Trump said Fox News “apologized” to him for a mocking statement the television network issued.

Also appearing with Trump were two men who didn’t make the prime-time debate, and the two most recent winners of the Iowa Caucuses: Rick Santorum and Mike Huckabee.

‘Donald Trump isn’t scared of anything’

Trump supporters who waited hours in the cold to see him roundly disputed the notion that he would see any attrition in his support in Iowa, where he has led in recent polls.

In interviews, many voters here said the controversy was yet another example of Trump bucking the establishment — a trait that has endeared them to him from the beginning — and that they were proud of him standing up to Fox News.

Ernie Ratcliffe, an army veteran who served two tours in Vietnam, drove in from Kansas City for the rally, scoffed when asked for his thoughts on Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s contention that Trump skipped the debate because he was afraid of taunts or difficult questions from the Fox moderators or rival candidates.

“Donald Trump isn’t scared of anything. He’s not scared of absolutely anything,” said Ratcliffe, who has signed up with his wife to call New Hampshire voters on Trump’s behalf next week. “Donald J. Trump said he was going to do this and he’s done it. He’s a man of his word.”

Ratcliffe said he was convinced that Trump was the only candidate who could clean up the Department of Veterans Affairs and that it would be “one of the first things he does when he gets into office.”

“He’s going to get it squared away,” Ratlcliffe said. “It’s not going to take him very long to do it. He’s going to put the right people in. He knows how to manage things. He’s a very successful businessman. He’s going to get it done very quickly and very, very well.”

Randal Thom, a former Marine who was among the first admitted to Trump’s event, said he loved it that Trump refused to back down.

“When it came out yesterday that he was actually doing this (rally) in less than 24 hours, it was amazing,” Thom said. “It just shows he has the ability to rally and get things done.”

Thom, who raises Alaskan Malamute and Pomalute puppies in Minnesota, and plans to spend Monday in Iowa volunteering for Trump, dismissed Cruz as “a Canadian born citizen” and described the Texas senator, as well as the other GOP contenders as “weak.”

“Trump is a 100% strongman. He’s bullet proof,” Thom said. “People say, ‘Oh look at his background. Look at the number of wives he’s had.’ You know what? I don’t care about that. What I care about is his future.”

Inside the auditorium where Trump spoke, the campaign reserved special seating for veterans, many of them disabled, and Trump recognized them as he took the stage.

Source: fox8.com