Wayne Cotton Morgan Benefit Motorcycle Ride September 24th 2005 Roane County High School Kingston,TN While escorting a prisoner from the Roane County Courthouse on August 9 2005, Tennessee Corrections Officer Wayne Cotton Morgan lost his life when the prisoners wife opened fire from the parking lot of the courthouse. As a tribute to the man and to help raise some money for his family please attend the Cotton Morgan Benefit Motorcycle Ride leaving from the Roane County High School parking lot at 12:00 noon on September 24 2005 Ride cost is $10 per person. Registration starts at 9:00am in the parking lot at the NW corner of 1st and Cumberland Streets diagonally across the street from the Kingston Municipal Bldg. The staging will start at the school parking lot until its filled and then back down Cumberland Street to the intersection on Cumberland and 1st. then we will stage down W Loveless St if necessary. For more information go to http://cottonmorganride.blogspot.com/ Leave the School going West on Hwy 70 to Pine Ridge Rd to Harriman. Pick up Hwy 27 in Harriman and continue North to Wartburg. Turn right on 62 headed East to Oliver Springs, left on 62 to Oak Ridge. In Oak Ridge turn right on the Turnpike (Hwy 95) and at the 95/58 split take 58 to Hwy 70, turn right and go back to the High School.