PRESTONSBURG, Ky. (WYMT) - Several motorcycles were out in the Big Sandy Region on Saturday in support of the Highlands Center for Autism.
The 4th annual poker run started at Honda of Prestonsburg, made a stop at Harley Davidson of Pikeville, and ended at the Highlands Medical Center.
There were also prizes given away and a cookout after the ride for all participants.
Jimmy Williamson says, "We don't raise a lot of money with the poker run, but it is more about raising awareness for autism and the children that attend our center."
Eastern Kentucky's Highlands Center for Autism is the only one of its kind in the entire state.