Here we go again!  Saturday February 2nd is this year's date for The Q106.5 Egg Ride. However this year, for the first time the Egg Ride will end in Hermon near Dysart's on Coldbrook Road. What hasn't changed, and won't is that this is a fun fundraiser for Pine Tree Camp. Pine Tree Camp has never turned away a camper who cannot afford to pay tuition, and the funds raised at the Ride-In are a critical part of that.

The Q106.5 Egg Riders will continue the tradition of stuffing raw eggs into their snowmobile suits before the ride. Each egg represents a $50 pledge from our generous listeners.  100% of the proceeds go to Pine Tree Camp

Saturday February 2nd begins with an all you can eat benefit breakfast beginning at 7am at the Hungry Hollow 76ers Clubhouse in Levant.  At 9am the Q106.5 Egg Ride convoy leaves Levant.  We'll make a stop at 10:30 at the Penobscot Snowmobile Club in Hermon for the Antique Pit Stop, where those antique sled riders will join us for the last leg of our journey arriving at Dysart's on Coldbrook Road in Hermon at about 11:30. Then it's time to eat again, and again public is totally welcome with proceeds from the community luncheon, sponsored by Dysart's benefiting Pine Tree Camp.

You can make a pledge by calling the Q106.5 studio at 991-9500. Or accessing our FirstGiving on line pledge page. Or by purchasing cardboard eggs at Dysart's Hermon, Dysart's Broadway, and Dysart's Travel Stops in Newburgh, Old Town, Orono, Hampden, Holden, Lincoln, and Pittsfield. Also at A&E Robinson Dexter, Dover Foxcroft, and Greenville. At Danforth's Down Home Supermarket in Hermon, Bear's One Stop in Newport, Home Town Health Center in Newport and Angler's Restaurant in Newport.

Thank you for your support from the bottom of our hearts. We hope you can donate, we hope you can be a part of the Egg Ride in person at either the breakfast or the luncheon so you too can get the warm feeling knowing you're helping Pine Tree Camp.