Hundreds show up to support people with disabilties

Brent Carpenter visiting with friends before the ride.

<strong>LOGAN —</strong> Hundreds gathered at Willow Park Friday morning for the third annual “Bike With Brent” charity ride. This year over seven-hundred and fifty people biked, walked and cheered as local celebrity Brent Carpenter led the charity ride for the Cache Employment and Training Center. Kae Lynn Beecher, Executive Director for the C.E.T.C said it’s incredible to see the community support, for people with disabilities.

“It is so great,” said Beecher. “It almost puts me in tears, I’m so thankful for everybody who has helped and has showed up to support us. It is just amazing and just thank you to the whole community. Thanks from the heart.”

The event also included a polo game between local fire-fighters and law enforcement, face painting, games, and bike rodeo.

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