WCIB COOL 102FM will be broadcasting live
from 11am-1pm during the event.

May 22 at 12pm
Rain date: May 23

J.R . Brody’s Roadside Tavern
734 Teaticket Highway, East Falmouth, MA

Ticket Price: $20

Raffle will be extended to June 25th
if minimum number of tickets is not sold by May 22.

Raffle for a 2010 Harley Davidson
Two Tone (red/black) Road King
$100 per ticket (maximum 300 sold)

Tickets will be mailed to individuals who purchase online

Furnished by Nashua Harley Davidson, 717 Route 101A, Merrimack, NH 03054

This wonderful day will include:

  • A scenic hour long motorcycle ride departing and returning to J.R. Brody’s
  • A barbeque donated by J.R. Brody’s from 2-3pm
  • Live music from 2-4pm

Michael Sullivan’s friends are planning this event to honor of Michael and in support of CCALS.

Michael R. Sullivan was born on Tuesday, August 31, 1948 at St. Margaret’s Hospital in Dorchester, MA to Evelyn and Murray Sullivan. His siblings include Peter M., Kevin J. and the late Ann M. White. The Sullivan Family resided in Dorchester, MA until 1978 when the family moved to Milton, MA. Michael attended St. Mark’s Elementary School, Boston English High School, New Preparatory School in Cambridge and Boston State College. After graduation from Boston State College with a degree in education, Michael taught a number of years in the Boston Public Schools and coached ice hockey at Stoughton High School.

Mike’s love of music, sports and travel began at a very early age. He taught himself how to play the guitar and with the influence of folk , Irish and popular music launched his career as a musician in the Boston area and on Cape Cod. He participated in baseball and ice hockey at the youth, high school and college level. After college, he played for a semi-professional hockey team, the Fitchburg Hornets in the New English Hockey League. Mike won many awards as an outstanding hockey goalie and has since been inducted into the Boston English High School’s Sports Hall of Fame. He was a founder and coach of a youth hockey organization in Dorchester and also coached hockey at the high school level. His travels began when he was selected for an All Star Prop School hockey team to tour Europe in the late 60s. He has traveled to his “second home”, Ireland, on many occasions and became enthralled with Irish culture and the friends he has met there. Mike, as a young man, traveled extensively across the United States and Canada.

Mike moved to Cape Cod in 1994 and started his own painting business and currently resides in East Falmouth.

Number of event tickets sold: 17
Number of raffle tickets sold: 11

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