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Fourth WooMan Bike Tour Set For Next Month

Story By: Greg Heindel



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  Original Published: 8/29/2013

The fourth annual WooMan bike tour happens in two weeks, on Sunday September 15th. The event was created by Panera Bread as a way to raise money for the Pat Kracker Breast Cancer Fund in Mansfield, and Wooster Community Hospital. Pat Kracker Breast Cancer Fund Chairman Dave Kracker anticipates 250-300 riders, and the event to raise at least $10,000 for each beneficiary. The WooMan bike tour is the Pat Kracker Breast Cancer Fund's biggest fund-raiser of the year. Riders who pre-register by this Sunday pay $49. Registration at the event is $60. Riders are encouraged to collect pledges for each mile they travel, but not required to. Anyone who brings at least $250 of pledges gets a WooMan riding shirt.

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