There is a lot of tradition in the Twin Tiers.
Take events like the American Pride Ride event in conjunction with Veteran’s Appreciation Day. All of which seemingly put a smile on the faces of all, no matter the age.
With over 200 motorcyclists coming out in strength for the 24th annual American Pride ride, riders were able to share what it means to unite as one.
One participant said he does it because it’s inherently good.
“People helping out other people. That’s what I get out of it,” added Ritter.
Many riders felt that community togetherness with the focus on tradition is key to everything.
Monroeton Pennsylvania was where the Northern Tier veterans group hosted their third annual Veterans Appreciation Day.
One Navy Veteran said he is proud of his rich serving history.
“I spent four years in the navy, I joined in 1965,” said American Legion member James White. “It’s nice to know that they love their country,” continued White.
It’s events like these that seemingly bring the community closer with the emphasis on helping one another see a brighter tomorrow.