Friday, June 7, 2013

Save the Date! - Night Riders Union of Seattle to Celebrate Fifth Anniversary Sept. 28

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Contact: Sec. Bobby Gentle

  Night Riders Union of Seattle to Celebrate Fifth Anniversary

To commemorate Seattle's only union for night riders, the Night Riders Union of Seattle will mark its fifth anniversary with a special event Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013.

The union's Celebration Committee is currently taking suggestions on what kind of special event should be held.

"Right now the conversation has not shifted far from suggestions for taking a ride, maybe at night, maybe on pot brownies," said Committee Chairwoman Connie Swails. "It's wide open."

Suggestions can be sent to:, or by using the union grievance form on the website.

Although September weather tends to be drier than the rest of the year, union officials said the special event will take place rain or moon shine.

The day marks one of the first official night rides in 2008, although the date of the original night ride is not known. That is, the people who were there can't remember what day it was.

"It was a different time back then, more innocent," Swails said. "People hated Republicans again, the Lusty Lady was entertaining folks for mere pocket change, and anybody could get a home loan, be you a stripper, a welfare cheat, or a newspaper reporter."

Swails also indicated that the union's private cellar of vintage alcopops, including those produced before the ban on caffeinated beverages, would be available for new member induction ceremonies.

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