Hosted by Bikers C.A.R.E., this event includes an escorted ride for bikers starting from downtown Inverness and ending at Crystal Harley Davidson in Homosassa. The ride, escorted by the Citrus County Sheriff’s Department, is dedicated to bringing awareness of child abuse to the public and aiding in the recovery of abused kids throughout the United States.
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and the pinwheel is the national symbol representing every child's right to a great childhood. At Lowman Law Firm, we’re committed to ensuring that for every child.
Child Abuse in the United States
Child abuse comes in many forms, and includes physical, emotional, sexual, and psychological abuse. The signs of child abuse include unexplained bruises, overly aggressive behavior, lack of necessities, and drastic changes in behavioral and eating habits. Unfortunately, child abuse remains common across the globe and within the United States.
What You Need to Know About the 4th Annual Pinwheel Run
The event is hosted by Bikers C.A.R.E., a nonprofit motorcycle organization based in Florida. They're committed to ending child abuse and aiding in the recovery of abused children throughout the entire U.S.
They focus on educating their local communities, including parents and caretakers, providing guidance for children in recovery by partnering with support agencies, and helping abused children feel a sense of security with their physical and emotional presence.
The event starts at the Citrus County Sheriff's office in downtown Inverness at 10:00 am. The Sheriff's Department will escort riders along a scenic route through the backroads of Citrus County, ending at Crystal Harley Davidson around 12:30 p.m. There, the band "Jezabelle" will rock the house at the after-ride party!
On Saturday, April 10, 2021, the biking event will take place!
Citrus County Sherrif’s Office
1 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave.
Inverness, FL 34450
Crystal Harley Davidson
1147 S. Suncoast Blvd.
Homosassa, FL 34448
If you’re interested in joining the ride, register before March 28 to get a free event t-shirt.
Lowman Law Firm Proudly Sponsors the Pinwheel Run
“It takes a village,” says Melissa Bowermaster, executive of child advocacy center Jessie’s Place. “It truly is a community problem, and it takes a community to resolve it, to fix it, to end it.”
At Lowman Law Firm, we believe every child should live a fulfilled life. By supporting the 4th Annual Pinwheel Run, we hope to make a difference. As your hometown team in Inverness, Homosassa, and beyond, we will fight for abused children and for you.