The Coalition for Riders Educating youth has been continuing their presentations to students in northern BC.  After the death of her 21 year old son Corey to a motorcycle accident, Denise Lodge started the project to tell Corey's tragic story.  Denise stresses the importance of having the right training when it comes to riding a motorcycle, passing a learner's test doesn't mean you become a capable driver.  She also points out a fact - riding a motorcycle is not as easy as it looks.  Students are challenge to answer a question - How is riding a motorcycle different than riding a car. Denise has been working with government to bring about a graduated license program.   In support of her work, President Gareen presented Denise with a cheque from our Rotary Club for $1000.