Prairie Winds will host annual motorcycle ride for Ronald McDonald House

The Prairie Winds Motorcycle Club has announced they will be hosting their 22nd annual Ronald McDonald House Motorcycle Ride later this month.

The event will happen Sept. 13, with participants meeting at the Estevan McDonalds parking lot for registration from 1-2 p.m., and then the ride will begin. The cost is $20 per person.

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They will ride from Estevan to Stoughton where the CrossRoads Inn will provide a beef on a bun meal at a nominal fee.

A variety of items will also be available through a raffle.

Proceeds will be directed to the Ronald McDonald House in Saskatoon, which has provided a place to stay for many local families over the years while those families have had a child receive medical treatment.

Pam Currie with the Prairie Winds said this is the Ronald McDonald House in Saskatoon’s 35th anniversary so even though 2020 has been a crazy year, the Prairie Winds would like to try to help the house out as much as possible.

She also noted that they will be respecting social distancing throughout the event, and riders will be encouraged to wear masks.


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