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Event offers Halloween ride for special needs children

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For children in wheelchairs or with other physical challenges trick or treating for Halloween can be tough. That's why a local biker named Kaz Mamon organized what he calls "The Ride for Children."

Every year Kaz and a group of bikers dress up and host a Halloween party for special needs kids and their families. And they're looking for more kids to participate.

The bikers show up on their haunted Harleys to deliver treats, books and big smiles to kids. There's food, face painting and a petting zoo. There's a small fee for lunch for parents and siblings, but it's all free for special needs children.

The party happens this at 11:00 a.m. Saturday at The Mesquite Creek restaurant on N. Main St. in Clarkston.

For more information check out the Mamom Ride for Children

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