August 2013 Blog Posts

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Bill Alfano

This weekend, the Pan-Mass Challenge drew 5,533 cyclists from 38 states and five countries who rode up to 190 miles during one or two days with the goal of raising $38 million for adult and pediatric patient care and cancer research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. If it were not for the passion, sweat and strength of the cyclists and volunteers who were involved, the 34th annual event would not have been possible. 

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Bill Alfano

If you get a chance to return the favor and inspire someone who has lifted you up, it’s a really good feeling.

That’s exactly what we did Sunday during the last leg of the PMC.  

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Bill Alfano

Day one of the 34th annual Pan-Mass Challenge is coming to an end. This morning thousands of cyclists began their miles-long journey in either Wellesley or Sturbridge to continue in the fight against cancer. As red, yellow and orange PMC jersey’s lined the streets, neon colored posters and the sounds of cowbells and cheer filled the fair.

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