It's the fifth annual Memorial Ride for Tori Stafford, but it would have been her Sweet 16th this year.
WOODSTOCK - The fifth annual Memorial Ride for Tori Stafford is on Saturday July 23rd.
If you want to join the motorcycles for the ride you can sign up at 10 a.m. at the Foodland Parking lot. It costs $20 and all of the money raised will go towards the local Canadian Mental Health Association. One of the organizers and Rodney Stafford's partner Petrina Fraser says Tori would have celebrated her Sweet 16 on Friday making this year's ride extra special.
"We also want to keep the focus on Victoria, because we did hear the news that (Michael) Rafferty will be back in court in October for his appeal and we want to make sure that the focus is on the innocent - Victoria."
Everyone is welcome to attend and you don't have to ride. They will have a BBQ, free face painting and a free child identification program available at the Foodland Parking lot from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m on Saturday July 23rd.
"We encourage everybody to walk in, stop by - this isn't just for riders. Our goal is to have every child in Woodstock Ch.I.P ID'd through the free child identification program that will be available."
The MasoniCh.I.P program is sponsored by the Masonic Grand Lodge of Canada in the Province of Ontario working with regional and national law enforcement agencies. There is no physical 'chip' in the program - it stands for Masonic Child Identification Program.
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