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ARL partners with Easter Seals Nova Scotia for 2013

ARL partners with Easter Seals Nova Scotia for 2013

Written by  on Wednesday, 22 May 2013 18:24

HALIFAX, NS – The Atlantic Roadracing League (ARL) has had a great start to the 2013 season with some testing events and our annual High Performance Riding Academy in conjunction with Honda Canada and Pro Cycle. Early June we will conduct our second annual Women's High Performance Riding Academy and regional race events starting on June 14th. ARL has always had excellent food services provided by a local chef named Susan Fullerton.

ARL has had the unfortunate news that Susan would be unable to assist with food services for the 2013 season and with this news ARL scrambled to find a suitable alternative. A new partnership has formed with Easter Seals Nova Scotia to provide the food service for all Motorcycle road racing events at Atlantic Motorsport Park for the 2013.

"We were sad to hear that our previous food vendor was unable to provide food service for 2013, Susan is an amazing person, and all the participants and spectators loved seeing her each race weekend over the past couple years. We will miss her dearly. That said, we are very happy that we could find a charitable option with Easter Seals Nova Scotia to fill the void." Andrew Murray President of ARL said about the new partnership.

Since 1931, Easter Seals Nova Scotia's primary focus has been to deliver high quality services and programs to children, teens, and adults with physical disabilities throughout the province. Easter Seals Nova Scotia reduces barriers to access and opportunities that exist within our society for people living with disabilities. Easter Seals Nova Scotia is one of Nova Scotia's leading health service organizations. We are one of the first points of contact for someone with a disability looking for information and support within the province in areas of education, housing, recreation, technical equipment, transportation, employment, and funding options.

"Easter Seals Nova Scotia is happy to be working with the Atlantic Roadracing League this season to provide food service and sell the 2013 'Out and About' Lottery tickets to all its competitors and spectators. We are excited to be able

to raise funding, for Nova Scotians with physical disabilities at these thrilling events." Nicole Epp, Development

Atlantic Roadracing League Inc. is the promoter of all Atlantic motorcycle road racing, riding academies, and track days at Atlantic Motorsport Park in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia. For information on these and other activities find us on Facebook at and

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