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  • Watch as police escort Scott and the Miracle Riders along the Riverwalk

    Scott Ressmeyer and 17 Miracle Riders returned to Columbus Friday evening, after three weeks of riding the 10,000-mile journey to Coldfoot, Alaska and back. The riders were escorted by police to downtown Columbus, where there was a brief program during intermission of the concert at the Miracle Block Party in the 1000 block of Broadway. During intermission the riders announced the unofficial total they raised. The ride was to raise awareness of the Methodist Home for Children & Youth of South Georgia and funds for Carpenter's Way home for boys and Arabella him for girls. Synovus was the presenting sponsor of the ride.

Watch as police escort Scott and the Miracle Riders along the Riverwalk

Scott Ressmeyer and 17 Miracle Riders returned to Columbus Friday evening, after three weeks of riding the 10,000-mile journey to Coldfoot, Alaska and back. The riders were escorted by police to downtown Columbus, where there was a brief program during intermission of the concert at the Miracle Block Party in the 1000 block of Broadway. During intermission the riders announced the unofficial total they raised. The ride was to raise awareness of the Methodist Home for Children & Youth of South Georgia and funds for Carpenter's Way home for boys and Arabella him for girls. Synovus was the presenting sponsor of the ride.
Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer