- Habitat for Humanity East Central Ohio
- Erie Canal Trail or Road Ride with Pedaling Parsons | July 12 - 17, 2015
- Denise Bardash
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A Message From Denise Bardash
This crazy girl is once again pedaling for a mission! This year's goal with the Pedaling Parsons is to raise money and thus help raise a home for a family through Habitat For Humanity. The week of July 12-17 our group will be bicycling ftom Niagra Falls to Amsterdam, NY...300+ miles in 5 days.
If you feel lead to support my financially and with your prayers I would be very grateful. The last time I tried this particular route I didn't maneuver the RR tracks correctly, flew off my bike, and fractured my shoulder. I need redemption!
Thank you in advance for whatever you may be able to give so that a deserving family can someday have s home of their own.
raised of $500 goal
Location / Venue
- 1720 Schneider Street NW (Riders Will Be Transported From Here.)
- North Canton, OH 44720
- Jul 12, 2015 09:00 am to
- Jul 17, 2015 06:00 pm
About This Campaign
Help support Habitat for Humanity East Central Ohio with Pedaling Parsons! Pedaling Parsons is a group that bicycles to raise money for missions. You can join the efforts to help build homes, communities, and hope for local families in need of safe, affordable housing. Suit up, invite your friends and family, and let's work together to help eliminate poverty housing.
$150 per rider or $250 per family (Checks made payable to Pedaling Parsons and mailed to 1720 Schneider Street N.W., North Canton, Ohio 44720).
ERIE CANAL RIDE
Starting near Niagara Falls we will ride on the Erie Canal Towpath. This historic rout is a great way to bike through the beautiful state of New York without having to deal with traffic or hills. We will ride about 60 miles per day (Only 15 miles between breaks) on unpaved trail suitable for hybrid or mountain bikes. Riders of all ages and riding abilities are welcome to participate in this special event. Because we care about safety, all participants must wear helmets for all rides.
ROAD RIDE OPTION
Cyclists who prefer to ride on paved roads can ride on New York bike routes which parallel the tow path.