Amy Dorn Memorial Fund


A HUGE THANK YOU goes out to all of our riders, volunteers, sponsors and friends and families who helped make the 6th Annual Amy Dorn Memorial Poker Run a success!! We could not have done it without each and every one of you! We look forward to many more successful years with you! To those of you who are interested in purchasing the pictures taken by Kathryn Wilkie throughout the ride please contact her at or via Facebook. For those of you who were unable to attend this year but would still like a T-shirt, we do have them available! Contact Hannah at 

Congratulations our 2014 Amy Dorn Memorial 4-H Scholarship recipients:
Bryce Long and Stephanie Maxfield



       BridgeLogo Facebook   I'd like to thank Bridge Riding for the disabled for working with us and accepting our donation to help with their charitable cause. Pat was wonderful to work with and we wish them the best in all the great things they do for children and young adults. Please check out their website to see what smiles they bring to so many young faces :) See them @ 








Amy Dorn Memorial Cookbook

Our cookbook has over 400 recipes of Amy's family and friends and some of her own! The cost per book is $15. All proceeds will benefit the Amy Dorn Memorial Fund. It will be available at each years poker run. You can order cookbooks anytime by emailing Hannah Dorn at to get your very own copy of the besk cookbook EVER! Also, these are great christmas presents, wedding gifts, and housewarming presents. 
I'd like to thank everyone for their contributions to Amy's cookbook and I can’t wait to share our family recipes and try some new ones of Amy’s friends and family.
Made possible by all of those who helped out, participated in and donated to the Amy Dorn Memorial Poker Runs we were able to post this billboard on  I-75 at Exit #32 State Route 122 in Middletown, OH. This is our way to help contribute to motorcycle awareness and hope you are proud to be a part of our organization!





Our Mission:
Amy K. Dorn, 22, of Lebanon, and Aaron M. Adams, 26, of Waynesville, were taken from us after their motorcycle was struck by a pickup truck along Ohio 123, on June 27, 2009.
Amy and Aaron were very special people, they were our best friends, our children, and our family.  They had so much life left to live. Many people have lost loves ones in motorcycle accidents, and in honor of Amy and Aaron, we have put this fund together.
The Amy Dorn Memorial Fund is dedicated to honoring Amy’s beautiful life and captivating spirit so that she lives on in all those who knew her and all those who are helped by this fund. The goals of this fund are to support safety education, provide scholarships for youths in need and provide charitable contributions to organizations that were close to Amy’s heart. Through the growth of Amy’s fund, we believe we can keep Amy’s positive attitude alive.
Amy's Legacy:

The Aaron Adams and Amy Dorn Memorial

Amy and Aaron

YouTube Video

     Amy's Favorite Artist... enjoy...