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Ride the Red for Hospice on September 13!
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Hospice of the Red River Valley publishes a biweekly on a wide range of topics, including hospice care, spiritual care, grief support, patient and family stories and volunteer stories. Our goal is to provide informative pieces on various aspects of ...
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Hospice of the Red River Valley publishes a biweekly on a wide range of topics, including hospice care, spiritual care, grief support, patient and family stories and volunteer stories. Our goal is to provide informative pieces on various aspects of hospice and also to share the hospice story through the eyes of our patients, caregivers and volunteers – demonstrating how hospice care has provided opportunities for patients to live a fuller and richer life.
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Ride the RedFlint Communications invites you to gather your friends and family and join us for the

14th Annual Ride the Red to benefit

 Hospice of the Red River Valley!


When

Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014

Registration opens at 9 a.m.; the bike ride begins at 9:30 a.m.
Where

This non-competitive bike ride begins and ends at Fargo’s Trefoil Park, located at 1321 Elm St. N. Participants will follow the Fargo-Moorhead Recreation Trail; the mid-point is Lindenwood Park. The route is approximately 13 miles.
Rain Date

Saturday, Sept. 20, same time, same place.
The fee to register is $25, and all proceeds directly benefit Hospice of the Red River Valley. Children 12 and under ride FREE with a paid adult. Register by August 30 to guarantee your free t-shirt! In addition to the bike ride, attendees will enjoy coffee and breakfast pastries, and a chance to win door prizes, including a new bike!
Registration

Click here to register online.
“Like” the Ride the Red Facebook page to see updates and the bike trail map. Invite your friends and family to join the event on Facebook, too!
We hope to see you there! Let’s Ride the Red!

 



 
 
 

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