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Motorcycle Club aids Kelberman Center, raises funds for autism programs, services

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The City Dwellers Motorcycle Club recently donated $5,500 to The Kelberman Center to support programs and services for children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  

The money was raised through a motorcycle ride and event where more than 150 people participated. The City Dwellers Motorcycle Club prides itself on commitment to their families, club and good work throughout the community.

Controlled Waste Systems, Inc. also contributed significantly to this fund-raiser, and Full Throttle BBQ in Yorkville provided lunch that day. The next annual Ride for Autism is scheduled for July 2021.

RIDE FOR AUTISM — The City Dwellers Motorcycle Club recently raised $5,500 through a special ride for the Kelberman Center. From left: Ron Cramer, City Dwellers Motorcycle Club member; Richard Scott Hammond, City Dwellers Motorcycle Club president and founder; Tara Costello, Kelberman Center executive director; Kelly Carinci, Kelberman Center Chief Development Officer; and Steven Mancuso, Controlled Waste Systems, Inc. (CWSI) operations manager.

The Kelberman Center, an affiliate of Upstate Caring Partners, Inc., provides state-of-the-art programs and services for children and adults with ASD and their families, with locations in both Utica and Syracuse. Specialized staffing is trained to meet the needs of individuals with ASD and includes psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers and educational and behavior specialists. 

Location: New York
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