ROCKLAND — The Mid-Coast Recovery Coalition (MCRC) will be holding its Third Annual Ride-4-Recovery, on Saturday, Sept. 19. The open-to-all Rockland to Pemaquid Point Lighthouse motorcycle ride will begin at Fisher Engineering, 50 Gordon Drive in Rockland.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m., with Kickstands Up at 10 a.m. Due to COVID-19; registration has been discounted this year to $10 so that everyone is able to attend, according to MCRC, in a news release.
"The Ride-4-Recovery not only brings the whole community together for a fun ride through beautiful country, but it also demonstrates our community's desire to provide a "fresh start" to our neighbors, friends, and family members who work hard in the face of substance use disorder to recover their lives, their jobs, and their families," said Myles Ouellette, former MCRC staff member and founder of the event.
Fisher Engineering and Groups: Recover Together are the official sponsors of the event.
MCRC, established in 2016, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide support to individuals and families seeking help and healing to address the challenge of addiction.