Heat didn’t stop Motorcycles on Main event

Published 1:50 pm Monday, July 1, 2019

Ray Welch | Daily News

It was a hot day but a successful day on Saturday as Motorcycles on Main took place to raise money for Gunnar Simpson. Several donations were collected that will go to Simpson and his family to help them with his continued medical bills. Gunnar has Trisomy 18, or “Edwards Syndrome.” “If you Google it online it will tell you that most kids with Trisomy 18 die in the womb or die when they’re born,” his mother Crystal said. Gunnar is now three. The money brought in will help the family continue their journey to see more birthdays with Gunnar. Although the temperatures were hot Saturday, many still came out and helped support the family. There were inflatables, food, music, crafts and vendors.

Ray Welch | Daily News

It was a hot day but a successful day on Saturday as Motorcycles on Main took place to raise money for Gunnar Simpson. Several donations were collected that will go to Simpson and his family to help them with his continued medical bills. Gunnar has Trisomy 18, or “Edwards Syndrome.” “If you Google it online it will tell you that most kids with Trisomy 18 die in the womb or die when they’re born,” his mother Crystal said. Gunnar is now three. The money brought in will help the family continue their journey to see more birthdays with Gunnar. Although the temperatures were hot Saturday, many still came out and helped support the family. There were inflatables, food, music, crafts and vendors.