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Saturday, March 17, 2007

Christian cyclists hit the road in Eastern Connecticut

A new chapter of the Christian Motorcyclists Association opens in Plainfield:

Stan Winman, the group's president, organized Healing Light. Though he's a resident of Scituate, R.I., Winman works in Norwich and says he thought of starting the chapter in eastern Connecticut because he spends so much time in this part of the state.

“I felt there was a need for what we do here. There was no representation in this area,” said Winman, 48, who was a member of a Rhode Island CMA chapter called Romans 8 for a few years.

The purpose of Healing Light, which reflects the philosophy of the CMA, is primarily to support secular biker events such as charity rides, bike blessings, and fund-raisers for causes such as the March of Dimes and cancer benefits, Winman said.

Read more here, from The Day. More on Healing Light here.

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