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YANA Ride exceeds target

Photo by Terry Farrell Special guest volunteer Tori presents Terry Parkinson with his medal at the end of the Simon’s Cycles YANA Ride on Sunday. A total of 405 riders took part in the ride, raising in excess of $32,000 for the local charity. You Are Not Alone helps ease the financial burden on families who have to travel to access medical treatment for their children.  - Terry Farrell
Photo by Terry Farrell Special guest volunteer Tori presents Terry Parkinson with his medal at the end of the Simon’s Cycles YANA Ride on Sunday. A total of 405 riders took part in the ride, raising in excess of $32,000 for the local charity. You Are Not Alone helps ease the financial burden on families who have to travel to access medical treatment for their children.
— image credit: Terry Farrell

Special guest volunteer Tori presents Terry Parkinson with his medal at the end of the Simon’s Cycles YANA Ride on Sunday. A total of 405 riders took part in the ride, raising in excess of the targeted $32,000 goal for the local charity. You Are Not Alone helps ease the financial burden on families who have to travel to access medical treatment for their children.

 

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