We all know someone who has been affected by a tragedy, but when the tragedy is a teen who takes their own life it effects an entire community. It's time to bring awareness to something people have a hard time speaking of, and that is teen suicide! Recently our community has been rattled by loved ones who saw no other way out and left their families to grieve confused.

Charlie Symons is a father who knows the pain of teen suicide and he has chosen to do something about it! It's time to bring awareness to teen suicide!

Charlie has joined forces with Cameron from Lourdes and the Iron Blood Motorcycle Club and have put together a motorcycle ride called "The Ride to Remember."

On June 1st there will be a ride leaving Hanford High School in Richland and ending at Ranch & Home in Kennewick. They will gather at 10:00 a.m. and kickstands up at 10:30. They will then go on a 45 minute ride through the Tri-Cities and land at Ranch & Home in Kennewick, where they will have guest speakers and information to bring awareness to parents and children who might need someone to talk to. This is a FREE ride and we encourage you all to share and support the first annual Ride to Remember!

For more information you can call Charlie at 509-531-1861