Deputy Kurt B. Wyman Park
Fall Festival 2018
Saturday, September 22, 2018 from 12:00pm (Noon) - 5:00pm
Whitestown Town Park, 5195 Gibson Road, Whitesboro, NY
- Hay Rides
- Bounce Houses
- Face Painting
- Children's ID's By Oneida County Sheriff's Office
- Greenscape's Garden Center Display
- Zoo Mobile
- Sports Contests Throughout The Day
- AYSO Soccer Club Games All Day...Not The Traditional Way!
- Food By Dean's Concessions
- Motorcycle Slow Ride (details below)
8th Annual Deputy Kurt Wyman Memorial Motorcycle Ride
Saturday September 22, 2018 the 8th Annual Deputy Kurt Wyman Memorial Motorcycle Ride will begin at the Harley-Davidson of Utica and end at the Whitestown Town Park, 5195 Gibson Road, Whitesboro, NY. Registration 8:30am-9:30am. Opening remarks at 10:00AM. Ride begins immediately after opening remarks. Cost $25.00 Driver, $5.00 Rider.
Food will be provided to the drivers/riders upon the return to the park at the conclusion of the ride. Additional food will be available for purchase.
For additional information, please visit the Kurt Wyman Motorcycle Ride Facebook page or contact Dave Olney 315-725-9457 or Dana Nimey-Olney 315-794-6214.
Motorcycle Slow Ride
After the ride returns to the park, there will be a "SLOW RACE" that all participants in the ride will have the opportunity to participate in. Each participant will donate $5 to participate in the slow race. There will be a straight line course set up at the park. The rider that is able to take the longest amount of time to travel between two set points (distance yet to be determined, most likely 50 to 100 yards), will win half of the proceeds from the slow race. Riders are limited to 2 wheeled motorcycles. Riders can't put their feet down once they start forward motion. Riders must stay within course boundaries. Spectators are welcome. (Other rules apply. All riders must sign a liability waiver to enter.)
The Deputy Kurt B. Wyman Foundation was founded with the mission to keep Deputy Kurt B. Wyman's legacy alive through the construction and development of the Deputy Kurt B. Wyman Memorial Park. This park will be a tremendous resource for the children of our community that will allow them to make life long memories. The goal is to provide a playground area along with state-of-the-art soccer fields because Kurt was an avid soccer player. Along with his love of soccer, Deputy Wyman began his career in the United States Marine Corps Reserve. He served with distinction in Iraq, and earned the Iraqi Campaign Medal, Sea Services Deployment Ribbon, Armed Forces Reserve Medal and the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal. In 2007 he joined the Oneida County Sheriff's Office, where he earned the Grand Cordon Medal twice and was named 2010 Rookie of the Year, reflecting his strong character and commitment to law enforcement.
Posted: Tuesday, June 19th, 2018