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A 129-mile Autism Awareness motorcycle ride starting in Hattiesburg will end in Vicksburg this weekend!
Saturday, April 13, the community is invited to welcome bikers from all over as they end their Autism Awareness Ride at the Vicksburg Convention Center.
This is all in support of Jullia’s Place, a partnership between Micah’s Mission and Good Shepherd. Good Shepherd serves students ages 14-21 by teaching them skills to get ready for work.
Bikers will be getting off on exit 4B at Clay Street at 1:50 p.m. give or take 2 minutes, and will take Clay Street all the way down to Mulberry which runs in front of the convention center.
If anyone wants to stand in parking lots or wherever along Clay Street between 1:50-2:00 to watch, be sure to be there around that time!
The community is invited to come out and see all of the bikes and meet some amazing people.
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