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Register for Poth Ride to Remember

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August 15, 2012 | 2,291 views | Post a comment

Less than one month remains until the upcoming Ride to Remember event, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 8.

Participants can grab their bikes, or running/walking shoes and join others for a good cause as all proceeds benefit the Alzheimer’s Association San Antonio Chapter, and the city of Poth park funds.

The cost is $30 per rider for pre-registration, or $5 more on the day of the event, which includes a barbecue lunch and rider’s shirt.

Early registration is still available through Monday, Aug. 27. Interested participants can view riding routes and register online at www.cityofpoth.org.

For more information, contact Travis Pruski at 830-542-9797 or ridetoremember@cityofpoth.org.

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