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Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador (Western) holds motorcycle ride for autism

Motorcycles gathered in front of the Deer Lake Irving Big Stop on Saturday to take part in the ride for autism.
Motorcycles gathered in front of the Deer Lake Irving Big Stop on Saturday to take part in the ride for autism.

On Saturday, the Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador (Western) held a motorcycle ride for autism.

The ride started at the Corner Brook Civic Centre, stopped at the Irving Big Stop station in Deer Lake where more riders joined the group, before leaving to ride to Woody Point, then returning to Deer Lake for a barbecue at the Deer Lake Foodland, and then on to Corner Brook for the completion of the ride.

The weather was magnificent, and there were 21 bikes on the ride. The ride was organized to raise awareness of autism and at the same time raise funds to support autism programs.

From left, Shelby Parsons, summer student, and Marissa Amissons, assistant manager of the Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador (Western) at the Deer Lake stop gather registration from Deer Lake rider Patsy Cross who joined the ride at the Deer Lake stop.

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