2017-10-13 / Front Page

Walk on



More than 100 children and adults start out from The Clambake in Scarborough for the 31st annual Ed Wimert Memorial Bike/Walk for AIDS and hurricane relief Monday morning. Part of the proceeds will go to the Portland-based Frannie Peabody Center, a comprehensive HIV and AIDS service provider. The event was modified from the usual bike ride because of the rainy conditions. (Kevin A. Byron photos) More than 100 children and adults start out from The Clambake in Scarborough for the 31st annual Ed Wimert Memorial Bike/Walk for AIDS and hurricane relief Monday morning. Part of the proceeds will go to the Portland-based Frannie Peabody Center, a comprehensive HIV and AIDS service provider. The event was modified from the usual bike ride because of the rainy conditions. (Kevin A. Byron photos)

Tom Griffin, organizer of the annual Ed Wimert Memorial Bike/Walk for AIDS, provides last-minute instructions to the participants before the start of Monday’s walk. Tom Griffin, organizer of the annual Ed Wimert Memorial Bike/Walk for AIDS, provides last-minute instructions to the participants before the start of Monday’s walk.

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