In photos: Lunch launch to Ride Don’t Hide

CMHA Shuswap-Revelstoke did a lunchtime launch for their upcoming Ride Don’t Hide fundraiser with a barbecue and live entertainment at Ross Plaza on Friday, May 10. (Cameron Thomson/Salmon Arm Observer)
CMHA Shuswap-Revelstoke did a lunchtime launch for their upcoming Ride Don’t Hide fundraiser with a barbecue and live entertainment at Ross Plaza on Friday, May 10. (Cameron Thomson/Salmon Arm Observer)

A hungry lunchtime crowd was well looked after by Canadian Mental Health Association Shuswap-Revelstoke volunteers Friday, May 10 during a barbecue fundraiser and launch for the organization’s upcoming Ride Don’t Hide event.

Ride Don’t Hide takes place on June 23 at the Little Mountain Sports Complex. This year, participants are invited to ride their bikes or walk a route through the Little Mountain trail system, raising mental health awareness and funding for mental health programs in the community.

Read more: World cyclist kicks off Ride Don’t Hide campaign

Read more: Slideshow: Ride Don’t Hide 2017

Read more: Spotlight on mental illness

For more information about Ride Don’t Hide, and to donate and register, visit ridedonthide.com.


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