BIKERS SHOW SELFLESS SIDE:
The 8th Show ‘N Shine for Juvenile Diabetes held at Paddy’s Garden in Carbonear on July 24 was a success, with more than $7,000 raised for the Lion Max Simms Memorial Camp in Bishop’s Falls. The event was organized by the Relic Riders motorcyle club of Carbonear. The club, which has 22 members, has now donated nearly $30,000 to the cause over the years. Some 150 bike owners registered, but organizers estimate that more than 400 riders took part in the event. It was a “total success,” said club president Bruno Reichel (foreground). The club decided to stage the event after Brittany Trickett, the daughter of one of its members, Neil “Buzz” Trickett, was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes.