Local bikers raise funds for mental health

The Rolling Plains Motorcycle Club recently raised $2,000 at a show and shine for the Crisis Stabilization Unit in Steinbach.  

The Rolling Plains Motorcycle Association recently stepped forward and hosted a successful fundraiser in support of the region’s mental health program.

On August, the Rolling Plains Motorcycle Association hosted a Show and Shine that drew about 40 motorcycles. Nearly four hundred people came out to attend.

According to Terry Sobering, President of the Rolling Plains Motorcycle, the club has hosted fundraising events over the past three years for local groups. This year the club raised another $2,000 for the Crisis Stabilization Centre.

“Everyone is touched a little bit by stuff like that,” Sobering explained. “Family, distant relatives or something – there is always somebody that has a bit of an issue.”

Last year the group raised $2,000 for the Crisis Stabilization Unit and the year before $1,000 for the Eastman Raiders Football Club.

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