Carmine’s Ride for Autism this Saturday
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April is National Autism Awareness month. This Saturday, April 27, from 9 am - 3:30 pm, O'Toole's Harley Davidson on Sullivan Street in Wurtsboro will host Carmine's Ride for Autism.
In Honor of Carmine Galeno, a student with autism attending center for Spectrum Services, a school for children on the Autism Spectrum, they're holding a Poker Run to support the life changing programs and services that Spectrum Services offers. One of the stops will be at their school in Ellenville. Riders will be greeted by their students with autism and their families. Each will receive a special Spectrum Services Autism Ride Pin. It's a great way to raise awareness.
Carmine's Ride for Autism is $20 per rider and $15 per non-rider. Registration will be from 9 am - 10:30 am. A post party will follow the ride at O'Toole's Harley Davidson featuring BBQ, music, food, drinks, "Best Hand" and "Worst Hand" prizes. For more information about Carmine's Ride, visit the event facebook page.
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