36th Annual Q106.5 Egg Ride for Pine Tree Camp


This is how fast time flies. The Q106.5 Egg Ride arrives in less than a month. And it will be the 36and year!

Someone contacts Bob Duchesne and tells him that what he created is still in progress.

Archives Q-106.5

Archives Q-106.5

And with the snow falling, everyone involved is smiling and crossing their fingers thinking “Let it snow. Let it snow. Let it snow!”

February 5 is the date of the ride. The reason we ride is to raise as much money as possible to benefit Pine Tree Camp.

Pine Tree Camp is for children and adults with disabilities, and they have an open door policy, where anyone can attend, regardless of their ability to afford tuition.

This is where we come in and why we will be part of the 49and Annual Dysart Snowmobile Ride-In.

Here are the many ways you can help financially:

With as little as a dollar, you can participate in the fundraising effort and feel good about contributing.

Many businesses in the area sell carton eggs. They start at $1 and go up from there. They will ask you at checkout if you would like to purchase “an egg” to benefit Pine Tree Camp. You write your name on it and they post it on their walls.

Buy an egg now at:

  • Dysart Restaurant and Truck Stop in Hermon
  • Dysart on Broadway
  • All Dysart travel stops (Newburgh, Old Town, Orono, Hampden, Holden, Lincoln and Pittsfield)
  • Danforth’s Downhome Supermarket in Hermon and Pittsfield
  • AERobinson sites in Dexter, Dover-Foxcroft and Greenville
  • Bear’s One Stop in Newport
  • Four Seasons Trading Post in Greenville
  • Tradewinds Market Plus in Clinton
  • Whitney’s Family Supermarket in Guilford and Corinth
  • Ware-Butler Locations
  • Variety Tri Pond at Smithfield

Thank you all. And revisit these stores to see how many eggs decorate the windows and walls closer to the carousel. It is a wonderful site.

Townsquare Media Bangor

Townsquare Media Bangor

You can also donate directly by credit/debit card and here is that link.



Or, you can text CAMP to 707070.

Or, you can call the Q106.5 Morning Show at 991-9500 and make a pledge. We would love to talk to you!

Now let’s talk about the ride on Saturday, February 5. It will start and end at Dysart’s Truck Stop in Hermon. Departure time is 10:30 am and we will be back by lunch time at Dysart’s restaurant.

Archives Q-106.5

Archives Q-106.5

This year the course runs from Dysart’s to the Penobscot Snowmobile Club in Hermon, off the sleds for some fundraising activities and then back for the return to the start/finish line.

Runners so far include

  • Scott Miller and Cindy Campbell of the morning show Q106.5. Hit it, since she’s been on at least 35 of these rides:
  • Cindy Campbell and Scott Miller of The Q106.5 Morning Show.
  • Jared “Jedi” Baker from the TV show Maine Cabin Masters
  • Joseph Meyers of Quarantine Karaoke
  • John Gibbs, Ski-Doo Ambassador and Creator of New England Sled Talk
  • Bob Crowley from the TV show Survivor
  • Jake Warn of Sled TRX
  • Dan Cashman and Christine Robinson from The Nite Show with Danny Cashman on WABI TV5
  • Dawn Willard-Robinson Director of Pine Tree Camp
  • Garret Swazey of the Paul Bunyan Snowmobile Club

And maybe more

Notice I left the “egg” part of the show until the end.

We stuff our costumes with raw eggs for the ride, and yes, it’s as messy as you can imagine.

Q-106.5 records

Q-106.5 records

I can’t stress enough that it’s for the kids to go to camp. And every dollar you bring is greatly appreciated.

You are invited to share in the fun, join us on Saturday February 5th for the start or finish at Dysart’s Truck Stop or halfway at the Penobscot Snowmobile Club.

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