Ready to Ride

Communities for Veterans/Ride Across Canada is set to leave Quesnel on Sunday, March 29

Kirstin Nichols and her mother Terry provide riding lessons to Canadian veteran Clayton Lepine who served with the Kings Own Calgary Regiment. Clayton is one of five veterans who will accompany Communities for Veterans

Kirstin Nichols and her mother Terry provide riding lessons to Canadian veteran Clayton Lepine who served with the Kings Own Calgary Regiment. Clayton is one of five veterans who will accompany Communities for Veterans, The Ride Across Canada’s Paul Nichols on the first leg of his journey across this country. The Ride Across Canada leaves Quesnel March 29 from the Royal Canadian Legion after a pancake breakfast at 8 a.m. followed by a parade that winds through the streets of Quesnel. After the festivities, they will load up and head south, with several stops along the highway, where the official launch takes place in Victoria, April 13.

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