Motorcyclists preparing for We Care, We Ride fundraiser

Area motorcyclists are preparing for the We Care, We Ride fundraiser in support of the Central Alberta Pregnancy Care Centre.

Area motorcyclists are preparing for the We Care, We Ride fundraiser in support of the Central Alberta Pregnancy Care Centre.

The charitable ride on Saturday starts with a 8 a.m to 10 a.m. registration and breakfast at Turple Bros. in Red Deer. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. there will be a Scavenger Hunt Ride from Red Deer to Rocky Mountain House. The event will wrap up with a 3-6 p.m. Show ‘n’ Shine in the Co-op parking lot at Rocky, with a barbecue, music and family activities.

The fundraiser costs $50 a rider and $35 a passenger. Additional breakfast and barbecue tickets can be purchased for a suggested donation of $5 a person.

For more information, please call Power Sports Unlimited at 403-346-0228.

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