Register by Sunday, May 16th at midnight in order to guarantee a t-shirt!
2020 was a hard year on many fronts for all of us.
Two major factors that stress the immense need for additional funding to Milla's House is the loss of so many loved ones due to COVID and the increase in the city's murder rate in 2020. The needs are great, the waiting lists are long and with additional funds, the services will continue to be provided to our community and move us toward healing.
8:30am - 9:00am
Check-In & 43mi Ride Registration
9:00am - 10:15am
Check-In & Family Fun Ride Registration
Family Fun Ride Roll-Out
11:00am - 1:00pm
Post-Ride Party at Wiseacre
This fee covers your registration fee, a free t-shirt, your 1st beer and food.
**Please register by Sunday, May 16th at midnight in order to be guaranteed to get the softest t-shirt this side of the Mississippi! (and good luck going west to find one softer, haha!). Same-day registration welcome, but t-shirts are not guaranteed**
Please note: Helmets are required for ALL riders. NO EXCEPTIONS!
The start and finish for the rides and the post party will all be at Wiseacre on Broad, just a few blocks from the location of the new Milla’s House!
Event will follow all CDC guidelines in place on day of event including mask requirement and social distancing, if applicable.
Includes entertainment for the kids, a band, food & beer, face painting and dunk tank! Even if you are not a "rider," you and your family are more than welcome to attend the party and support Milla's House!
Party is rain or shine!
The Kemmons Wilson Family Center for Good Grief, Milla’s House, is named in memory of Milla Gieselmann, the 6-year-old daughter of Memphis couple Frazer and Dana Gieselmann. In November 2016, Milla died from Batten disease, an inherited neurodegenerative disorder for which there is no cure.
The Gieselmanns’ 5-year-old daughter, Elle, also tested positive for Batten disease, while 8-year-old Ann Carlyle tested negative and is healthy. The Gieselmanns have relied heavily on the Grief Center, and Milla’s father, Frazer Gieselmann, says the Center continues to be essential to their family's journey through a grief that is complicated and messy. He emphasized that the Center had not only been essential to his family, but to his extended family and close friends, as well.
For more information about the grief programs available at Baptist, please visit the Baptist Centers for Good Grief.