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"14th Annual 9/11 Memorial Coalition Motorcycle Ride This Friday"
By Lou Hunsinger Jr.

For the organizers of the 9/11 Memorial Coalition Motorcycle Ride, memories do not fade and the sadness does not fade from that awful day in 2001 when America was victimized by the most horrific terrorist attack in the nation’s history. It is their determination to “never forget” that keeps them going with a sense of purpose in putting together the 42-mile ride that seems to grow in interest each year and will be riding off this Friday for the 14th time.
“In addition to commemorating those who were lost on 9/11, we also celebrate and highlight the great contributions that First Responders make to our well-being through their unselfish and dedicated service,” Gary Smith, vice president of the 9/11 Memorial Coalition, told Webb Weekly. “Recently, a good number of police officers have been lost in the line of duty, and it is important that we recognize and salute them as well. It is also a celebration of patriotism and our love of this great country.”
“Tank” Baird, president of the 9/11 Memorial Coalition said interest in the annual 9/11 Ride has grown each year. He said that last year in an “unscientific estimate,” approximately 20,000 persons may have stood out along the route of the ride to watch it pass by and they had about 7,800 motorcycles participating in the ride.
The ride participants, according to Baird, are moved and gratified by the overwhelming turnout of people viewing the ride and showing their support. He said several churches along the route have also chosen to ring their bells as the riders pass by. This gives the ride both a solemn and perhaps a celebratory quality to the ride as these churches choose to remember, and also show a recognition and gratitude for what the ride is trying to demonstrate.
As in previous years, participants riding will be carrying with them cards with the names of those who have been killed in the War on Terrorism that were provided free of charge by Labels by Pulizzi. Baird said after the ride, many of the riders have the cards laminated as a keepsake and as a reminder of the sacrifice that the people named on the cards made.
This year’s ride begins as it has for the past few years, at the Clinton Township Volunteer Fire Company, along Route 54, just outside of Montgomery. It proceeds to Route 15, goes north over Montgomery Pike into South Williamsport, turning onto West Southern Avenue to Euclid Avenue in DuBoistown and then crosses the Abram Howard Memorial Bridge (the former Arch Street Bridge), along Arch Street to West Third Street, along West Third and East Third Streets, through Williamsport, Loyalsock Township and Montoursville, and then along Lycoming Mall Drive, onto Route 220 North into Hughesvllle, turning onto Route 405 in Hughesville and continuing through Muncy and Montgomery, turning right onto Route 54 and ending up back at the Clinton Township Volunteer Fire Company.
Activities for the ride begin at 2 p.m. at the Clinton Township Volunteer Fire Company, where numerous vendors will be on hand as well as some musical entertainment. At 5:15 p.m. there will be a Memorial Service that will be started with Jack Hoffman singing the National Anthem. Hoffman has been a fixture at area patriotic gatherings with his powerful and moving rendition of the National Anthem. Retired Army Colonel Phil Petter will make an address commemorating and honoring the victims of the September 11th attacks, and several members of the clergy, including Father John Manno, who has ridden in all of the previous rides, and others will make appropriate remarks.
The Memorial Ride will then begin at about 6 p.m. and all those who wish can come back and welcome the riders back and can enjoy food and entertainment by Covert Action.
“The gathering after the ride at the Clinton Township Fire Company is a time of camaraderie and reflection for those who have participated in the ride and they get to mingle with people who have viewed the ride along its route,” Baird said. “The riders compare notes and stories about what they have seen along the ride route and many of them are quite moved by what they have seen. It is a marvelous time for everyone and members of the public get the chance to talk to the riders and thank them for what they have done.”
Organizers of the Ride are quick to praise the efforts of Mark Lusk and the Lycoming County Sheriff’s Office in helping with the ride and its safety, as well as the Lycoming County Visitors Bureau and the Lycoming County Commissioners in their efforts to promote the Memorial Ride.
Baird said the 9/11 Coalition Memorial Motorcycle Ride is the oldest and longest routed 9/11 Memorial Ride in the Country.

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    Welcome to Paulhamus Litho Inc

    Paulhamus Litho is a family-owned company located in Montoursville, Pennsylvania, serving the East Coast with quality printing at competitive prices.

    We share our expert knowledge about design and printing using quality materials, and emphasizing customer service to meet you requirements.

    Complete Printing Service / Full Color Printing. Browse thru our website to become acquainted with our capabilities. We look forward to hearing from you regarding your printing needs.

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    We would like to take this opportunity to let you know some of the new things happening here at Paulhamus Litho, Inc. With the advances in equipment and technology, it is not possible for someone in the printing business to stand idle. Likewise, it is a real challenge to keep up with all the innovations. We are well aware of the fact that our customers are the most important asset that we have and that our number one priority is to keep them happy. Quick service and a high quality product is essential.

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    History of Paulhamus Litho Inc.

    Robert C. Paulhamus founded Paulhamus Litho in 1957. It began as a one-man print shop in the basement of a hardware store in Montoursville, PA. He started out with a foot treadle letterpress, an old-model 11″x17″ litho press, a hand-cranked cutter, a foot-powered stapling machine, and three cabinets of used movable type.

    By 1959 the company was operating on a full time basis, gradually updating machinery and employing people skilled in many fields of the graphic arts.
    In 1961 a new building was erected at 1128 Broad Street. As the company grew two additions increased the size of the building to accommodate more equipment.

    In 1975 Paulhamus Litho, Inc. moved to its present location on Old Montoursville Road. Over the years, it has increased the number of employees from nine to 29 and is constantly adding to its design and printing capabilities to maintain its leadership for unbeatable quality and service.

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    Pre-Press / Press and Finish Operations

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