Pine Bluffs Post - Serving all of Eastern Laramie County since 1908

By Gary Collins
Pine Bluffs Post 

Lions Club takes to the road for second Ride for Sight


Gary Collins/Pine Bluffs Post

Tom Ludtke, of Cheyenne, takes a break at the 20-mile rest stop at Burns Elementary before heading back to the starting spot in Pine Bluffs during the 2nd Annual High Plains Ride for Sight. Ludtke had to repair a flat tire during his 20-mile ride. Thankfully, he carried a spare inner tube.

Lion Robin Walters has 100 per cent vision impairment, she is completely blind, but that has not stopped her from leading as full a life as she is able.

Walters is a member the Cheyenne Sunrise Lions Club and was on hand with other members of the Cheyenne club at the 20-mile rest stop during the 2nd Annual High Plains Ride for Sight (RFS) put on by the Pine Bluffs Lions Club, Sunday, May 28.

Lion Gary Roadifer of the Pine Bluffs Lions Club was in charge of the event.

"The Ride For Sight is our main money making project. All the money we earn goes to eye prevention care. Three years ago we h...

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