Peace officer motorcycle run for Moxie Club

Cole Carruthers
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The Ninth Annual Peace Officer's Charity Motorcycle Run took place Tuesday, with over 60 riders taking part in the charity ride.

The only thing that can make a bike run better, is riding for a cause.

The Ninth Annual Peace Officer's Charity Motorcycle Run took place Tuesday, with over 60 riders taking part in the charity ride.

Those who participated were met by well-wishers in the community and members of the Moxie Club, who have a summer camp program for youth with autism, who the peace officers chose as their organization to ride for this year.

Co-chair for the run, Sheriff Warren Miller gave the participants a breakdown of the days itinerary before departing from the RCMP Moose Jaw detachment parking lot. Miller informed the riders to stay focused throughout the days journey. “You know your bikes and you know your limit,” Miller said, referencing the different sizes and styles of bikes taking part in the run.

All the proceeds this year will be going towards the Moxie Club, a summer camp program in Moose Jaw for autistic youth.

Riders were first heading to Assiniboia, then to Wood Mountain for lunch. Then to Gravelbourg and back to Moose Jaw for a steak dinner hosted at St. Joseph's Parish Hall.

For more on this story, pick up the next edition of the Times-Herald.

Organizations: Moxie Club, Times-Herald

Geographic location: Moose Jaw, Assiniboia, Wood Mountain Gravelbourg

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