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Middletown Transcript
  • More than 2,000 joined the movement to create a world free of MS

  • More than 2,000 came out to participate in the Bike MS: Bike to the Bay event on Sept. 21 and 22.
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  • More than 2,000 came out to participate in the Bike MS: Bike to the Bay event on Sept. 21 and 22.
    Attendees set a goal to raise nearly $1 million for programs and services for Delawareans living with MS, as well as research into the cause of MS, the development of new treatments, and more. This year, Bike to the Bay covered 150 miles in Kent and Sussex counties.
    "We are in this business to put ourselves out of business, and our cyclists help to bring us closer to that goal each year," said Kate Cowperthwait, President of the Delaware Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Our organization is so proud to be Delaware's largest and longest running two-day bike tour, but it's the cyclists who really do the heavy lifting, both in training and fundraising. A special thanks goes to our volunteers who help maintain a safe and enjoyable environment for the cyclists by donating their time and support."
    For more information: MSdelaware.org.
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