After completing 25 years as an organizer for the annual Motorcycle Ride for the Ronald McDonald House in Saskatoon, Pam Currie steps down in hopes of someone continuing the legacy. 

This year's ride will take place Sunday, September 10th and all motorcyclists are welcome to participate. On average, around 100 riders join this event per year. 

Registration begins at 1:00 p.m. in the Estevan Mcdonald's parking lot and the ride from Estevan to Stoughton will begin an hour later. All of the proceeds go directly to the Ronald McDonald House in Saskatoon. 

Currie and her husband Paul started the annual ride with another couple and have raised an exorbitant amount of money over the past 24 years. 

"We are very proud of what we've accomplished. In the 24 years, we have raised 80,000 for the Ronald McDonald House in Saskatoon. I called them up and said 'Can you give me a number' because you know only approximately what you raise in a year. You have no idea. When they told me, I was just flabbergasted. I was very pleased." said Currie. 

"I just want to thank the volunteers for the last 25 years. We have been so fortunate to have three different clubs that have stepped up to the plate. Me and my husband started this with another couple.  

Upon retiring, Currie is hoping for a new organizer to take on the reigns to keep such a special event an annual thing. 

For details or questions, call Pam Currie at (306) 421-6028. 

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