Last year, Teresa Weyler, 44, of Worcester, Mass., participated for the first time in the Pan-Mass Challenge. She rode alongside her father, Anthony Palumbo, 66, of Worcester, who was also new to the annual bike-a-thon.
The Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) is looking for one marketing intern for the Spring 2014 semester. Must have strong social media, time management, writing and presentation building skills / design is a plus. The internship will be for qualified college course credit only, this is a non-paid internship. Internship will work at PMC offices in Needham between 10-20 hrs. per week. Projected start date by February 3, 2014. If interested please email resume to Bill Alfano (email@example.com) – no phone calls or walk-ins please.
A quarter of a century is how long Bill Snapper, 53, of Holliston, Mass. has been riding in and raising money for the Pan-Mass Challenge. He first achieved Heavy Hitter status in 1998 and has since continued to be a top fundraiser for the annual bike-a-thon, to date raising nearly $163,900 for the cause.