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Pedal the Cause

Pedal the Cause

You can join many others as they hit the pavement to help find a cure for cancer at this year’s “Pedal the Cause.” This wonderful bike ride benefits the Siteman Cancer Center and St. Louis Children’s Hospital. You can get in on early registration right now to join thousands of riders October 5th and 6th who share one goal…a cancer-free world! Riders may choose from five courses which start and finish at the Soldiers’ Memorial downtown. The shorter courses offer a mixture of flat and rolling terrain, with a few moderate hills while the longer courses are extremely challenging with several steep climbs. Volunteers are always needed so, if you prefer not to ride, consider helping out in another capacity. You can get more information by checking out our YouTub Channel.

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Reparations Commission

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This summer, the YMCA - O'Fallon Park REC Complex is offering free swimming lessons. You can tune in to learn more about these lessons and International Water Safety Day. For more information, please visit: gwrymca.org/swimming-lessons....