McBain Family to Host ‘Bib Bash’ to Honor Man Who Loved Motorcycles
A McBain family needs your help to carry on the legacy of a man who loved motorcycles.
The fourth annual Bib Bash is a fundraiser in honor of Kevin Moses.
Kevin was an avid Harley Davidson collector who lost his life to cancer six years ago.
Now, his sister runs a museum displaying his collection so people can share his passion.
Everything is free, but they’re asking for donations to keep the museum running at no charge.
There will be donuts, hot dogs, Polish sausage and a ride down to a bar in Harrison.
“It’s a fundraiser for the museum so we can continue to do what we do, which is to offer all of this for nothing. And just have a really good time,” said Museum of Moses Curator Karla Moses. “We’ve got lots of food, lots of fun, lots of frolick.”
The event is open to everyone this Saturday at the Museum of Moses from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
It’s on, rain or shine.