Patrickís Ride 2014
Raising money to help children and families with cancer
|Patrickís Ride, founded by two-time cancer survivor Patrick Booton, raises money to benefit children and families with cancer at the Children's Hospital and the Curtis and Elizabeth Anderson Cancer Institute at Memorial University Medical Center.|
This year's ride is in honor of Johanna Anderson Trueblood, a member of the Patrick's Ride Team who lost her courageous battle with cancer, and Joseph Huerta, a six-year-old boy from Hinesville fighting brain cancer.
To participate in the non-competitive ride from Savannah, GA to Augusta, GA (140 miles plus) on Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014, riders must maintain a speed of 17-18 mph on a course with varied terrain including hills.
Even if you canít pedal, you can participate making a gift in honor of someone special or making a gift to support the cause. All gifts are appreciated and will make a difference.