The Annual Blessing of the Wheels Set For This Sunday, May 16th

The following is a message shared by the Road Rebels intended for owners of classic vehicles within Westman.

This Sunday, May 16th, is our Blessing of the Wheels, this will be the 7th time the Road Rebels have held this event.

Blessing of the Wheels was initiated by Diane Fontaine as a way for the group and their vehicles to be blessed before another busy cruisin’ season. We all know how fast or unexpected something might happen on the roads and highways we travel.

Please remember a “Tin for the Bin”, this is St. George’s preferred charity. There will be someone coming around to all the vehicles to pick up donations.

If you plan on joining in on this special occasion, please be sure to adhere to ALL Provincial mandated COVID protocols, if these rules are breached it might affect future cruise events.

The rules that must be adhered to are in the pink shaded section of the photo displayed above which reads as follows:

This order does not apply to an outdoor gathering or event which persons attend in a motor vehicle if all persons remain in their motor vehicle or stay immediately outside their motor vehicle in a manner that ensures that they are able to maintain a separation of at least two metres from other persons attending the gathering or event who arrive in another vehicle.




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