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Ride with STAR Chapter 258 : Ride To The Flags

Camarillo Chevron at 08:00
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Join us on the Ride To The Flags Ride!
Join us for the Monthly Meeting & Ride to Pt Mugu on Saturday, September the 12th, that will take us about 100 miles. Starting at Chevron in Camarillo at 08:00, our Ride Captain, Danny, will lead us safely through the roads and have us back around 04:00.

The Ride to Flags event has been cancelled this year. However we will be doing our own ride to the flags trip. From Camarillo Chevron we will take a scenic ride through the canyons making a stop at the famous Rock Store and then the scenic top of the world. We will then head down to PCH where we will walk through the Flags on the Pepperdine campus. Return will be to Islands in Agoura for Lunch.

From September 8 through September 24, Pepperdine’s Alumni Park at the corner of Pacific Coast Highway and Malibu Canyon Road will have on display the 11th Annual Waves of Flags installation to commemorate the lives lost in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001.

Each year, Waves of Flags features 2,977 full-size flags—2,887 American flags for each American life lost and 90 international flags representing the home countries of individuals from abroad who died in the 9/11 attacks.

The installation became a Pepperdine tradition in 2008 when the school’s College Republicans group organized to bring the tribute to the campus.

In addition to the Waves of Flags installation, Pepperdine is the permanent home of the Thomas E. Burnett, Jr., Heroes Garden, a public space for visitors to reflect and honor all those who live heroic lives, including namesake and Pepperdine alumnus Thomas Burnett (MBA ’95), a passenger on United Flight 93 who lost his life in the 9/11 attacks.
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Info obtained from Pepperdine website posted 9/8/20.
For the 13th consecutive year, Pepperdine University will commemorate the lives lost in the terror attacks on September 11, 2001, with the Waves of Flags display at Alumni Park on the Malibu campus. In compliance with guidance provided by Los Angeles County due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the display will be closed to the public, including members of the Pepperdine community.
We will do the ride as planned. Contact Danny directly with any questions.
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