Visit us at Slimfest in New Midland Plaza and support "Shop with a Cop" and the FOP.
Have your picture made with Kenny's police cruiser #156. Slimfest tickets available through the FOP.
Check out the Slimfest Facebook page
Join us for the annual Memorial ride starting and ending at Smoky Mountain Harley Davidson. Kick stands up at 1:56.
You don't have to be on a motorcycle to join and enjoy the ride, all vehicles welcome.
Check out the Officer Moats Foundation or The Defenders LEMC facebook page for more details.
Knoxville Ice Bears 'Care Bears' night. Purchase your tickets for the game using the Officer Moats Foundation code, we receive a $5 donation per ticket but you must use the code at time of purchase. Codes will be issued by the Ice Bears closer season and we will post it then.
Maryville College Invitational Choir Festival | Concert
Nov. 4 | 6 pm Clayton Center for the Arts, Ronald and Lynda Nutt TheatreThe Maryville College Division of Fine Arts will host its annual Invitational Choir Festival, which will include choirs from area high schools and colleges. Free and open to the public.
Officer Moats Foundation is proud to be named this years non-profit beneficiary.
What an honor it is to be part of such a great annual event
and a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the beautiful voices from around the area.
I hope you will join us.
Brian Huffstetler Memorial Fishing Rodeo- Proceeds will be donated to Brian's children -
Saturday, November 18th, 2017
Alcoa Duck Pond
10:00am - 3:00pm
Brian was an Alcoa City Electric Linesman who was killed on the job. He was working to restore power in Blount County, which had been knocked out by severe storms November 2016. This memorial event one year later is to honor his memory and benefit his children.All proceeds will go to Brian's children for their college fund.
FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
August 28th, 2017
More than 400 motorcyclists plus another few hundred ordinary four-wheeled vehicle operators turned out for a benefit ride at Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson Sunday afternoon, providing evidence en masse that while Maryville Police Officer Kenny Moats may be gone, he hasn’t been forgotten.
After the ride, participants were invited to stick around for refreshments, the silent auction, and entertainment courtesy of a disc jockey pumping out rock ‘n’ roll hits from a stage set up in the middle of SMHD’s expansive lot.