On Saturday, February 1st, snowmobile riders in the 47th annual Dysart’s Snowmobile Ride-in and Q106.5 Egg Ride to benefit Pine Tree Camp will fuel up at the Hungry Hollow 76’ers Clubhouse in Levant with an all-you-can-eat breakfast.

“When people think of us, they think of this event,” said Matt Arnold, secretary/treasurer of the Levant Hungry Hollow 76’ers.

This fundraising breakfast is a tradition that’s interwoven with the history of the club.  Pine Tree Camp is a cause past officers and club members were very passionate about.

“A lot of time and effort went into this breakfast for all those years,” Matt continued. “And we feel it’s really important to carry on that legacy.”

It takes a lot of dedication from the entire community to make this benefit breakfast happen.  Lifelong volunteers return year after year to cook and serve the breakfast.  Area businesses donate the food and all the eggs for the Egg Ride.  Dedicated snowmobile club members groom and maintain the trails, support the volunteers and guide the ride for the 25-mile trip from the clubhouse in Levant to Dysart’s in Hermon.

One hundred percent of the donations from this breakfast go to Pine Tree Camp to support Maine children and adults with disabilities.


What:  Annual benefit breakfast for Pine Tree Camp

When:  Saturday, February 1st from 7:00 – 9:00am

Where:  Levant Hungry Hollow 76’ers Clubhouse, Horseback Road

Cost:  By donation

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