It was back in 1995 that 7 men rode their bicycles from Utica to Washington D.C. for the first National Missing Children's Day on May 25th. That small ride has expanded over the years to include hundreds of riders and additional rides all over the state. This is the 20th year of The Ride for Missing Children and one thing that has always been the same is the dedication of people involved in organizing the event and of course, the riders.

I am so thrilled this year to be a part of the Ride and I want to thank Dick Sonne's for allowing the station to use equipment this year and in future years so that we can use our voice to continue to raise awareness, education, and funds for this amazing cause. Your support will be appreciated as well. You can make your donations the day of or anytime on the Ride For Missing Children website. At the very least show your support somewhere along the ride route on June 3rd, 2016.


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