This Saturday is the "Doing it For David" Third Annual Awareness Ride to benefit the Quad Cities Missing Persons Network.

​The Quad Cities Missing Persons Network is a mass network of volunteers who can act quickly through the dissemination of information, using social media to bring community support to search for any missing person. They also communicate closely with local law enforcement and media to spread information about missing persons.

Doing it For David is the name of the event, in name of David McAllister who suddenly went missing four years ago. His phone was last pinged at Vanderveer Park in Davenport around noon on May 11, 2017. He was 22 at the time of his disappearance.

The ride is organized by Marilyn McAllister, David's mom.

The 3rd Annual Missing Persons Group Ride will be on June 19th, with registration starting at 9am at Hawkeye Motorworks (7805 N. Division Street, Davenport, IA)

  • 9AM: Registration and Bike Blessing
  • 10:30AM: Kickstands Up
  • 12-2PM: Special Music by Bo Orrin

Coffee and Donuts will be provided. A $10 donation per bike is asked, but not required to ride. If you don't have a motorcycle, you are more than welcome to join with your car.

All proceeds from the event go to the Quad Cities Missing Persons Network and Quad Cities Search & Rescue.

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