Plans are in the final stages for the 3rd Annual Norwich Kids Ride.  The Norwich High School juniors raised over 25,000 dollars with the first two rides and are again asking for help to raise money which will be donated to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute to help find a cure for cancer.  The Pan-Mass Challenge Kids Rides are mini bike-a-thons for kids ages 2 to 15.  The rides give the children an opportunity to ride their bikes and trikes to raise money in the fight against the disease.

Hannah and Brenna Baker are looking for sponsors, volunteers and riders for this year's ride which will take place Sunday, June 3rd at Perry Browne School in Norwich.   The girls say that even though they are only 16 years old, they have experienced the impact cancer can have on friends and families.  That is why they have been raising money for the cause since 2009.   Their goal for the event this year is 15,000 dollars.

If you would like to participate in this year's PMC Kids Ride, call 607-334-7746.


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