Prairie Winds set record

The 22nd annual Ronald McDonald House Motorcycle Ride, organized by the Prairie Winds Motorcycle Group based out of Estevan, proved to be the best yet.

A total of 130 people showed up and registered this year. There were raffle tickets sold as well to help raise funds for the Ronald McDonald House in Saskatoon.

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It was a great day for a ride with a record number of participants, considering COVID-19 this year. Approximately $7,500 was raised for the house, which is celebrating their 35th birthday this year.

The ride went from Estevan to Lampman, Arcola and finally Stoughton, where the supporters enjoyed a beef on a bun supper at the Crossroads Inn.  

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