This cool story came by way of “The Humble Observer,” an online publication out of Houston, Texas. The Houston Jet Ski Riders, (HJR), the 97 member group has been riding together since 2013. The club is active and the members enjoy getting together for charity rides as well as rides just for fun.
The club began participating in fundraising events when it got together for a benefit ride to raise money for the Jump for the Rose breast cancer awareness organization. Since that time, the association has steadily grown and become a non-profit that is focused on safety, fun, and community involvement.
“We do all kinds of coordinated rides,” Angela Theiss, founder of HJR, said. “All people with jet skis (sic), whether they are seasoned riders or brand new, can join us on our adventures.”
HJS is holding its first reverse Trick-or-Treat ride, which is an activity the group discussed for quite some time before deciding to do it. All participants must wear a costume while piloting their PWC and hand out candy to the Lake Houston community. The ride, held on Saturday October 31, begins at 10am at the north end of Lake Houston and will continue throughout the day. All skill levels are invited and encouraged to attend. Remember to wear a costume or you won’t get to join the fun!
The new run is geared toward presenting the club to the people of the Lake Houston community in hopes of attracting more members and increasing community involvement.
If you would like to register, click here or email Angela Theiss at firstname.lastname@example.org.