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Join me as I talk with Sandy Ameer DiBacco? about the RIDE for Boston 2013.
The RIDE for Boston 2013 is a bicycle & motorcycle ride and cookout fundraiser to raise funds For The One Fund. The event is to take place on Saturday, July 27, 2013 starting at 8:00am at St. John of Damascus Church - Dedham, Massachusetts. Registration for bicyclists is from 8:00am to 9:00am - Kickstands go up at 9:30am. COST: $30 per bike or $20 for BBQ only.
Registration for motorcycles is from 9:00am to 11:00am - Kickstands go up at 11:30am. COST: $30 per driver or $20 per passenger or BBQ only. Even if you do not ride a motorcycle or bicycle, you can still come to the BBQ. It starts at 1:00 p.m. $20.00 per person. Kids 12 and under are free.
FOR INFORMATION: contact Sandy - PHONE: 508-507-8301 / EMAIL / WEBSITE / RIDE for Boston 2013 Facebook page NOTE: If you can't make it at all to the event and would like to help us raise money so that we can give one lump sum to The One Fund, please send your donation to: Sandra DiBacco, c/o RIDE FOR BOSTON 2013, P.O. Box 990561, Boston, MA 0219.
The One Fund Boston 2013 was established through the generosity of businesses, foundations and individual donors. It was created at the request of Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino and Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick. The Victim Relief Fund of The One Fund Boston will be used to assist those families of the victims who were killed and the victims who were most seriously affected as a result of the tragic events during the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013 and related events on April 18th and April 19th.
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