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Ride for CFS article in local newspaper

Friday 3 April 2009

Riding through Ranges for a cause
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Nick and the boys from Ride for CFS have appeared in this week’s Southern Times (April 1 edition), one of the Messenger Newspapers. It appears on page 3.

The article is the image to the right. Click on it for a larger version.

The text of the article reads as follows:

Riding through Ranges for a cause

FOUR Woodcroft College boys will be riding their bikes through rough terrain in the Flinders Ranges during the April school holidays.

Year 10 students Jack Dixon (left), Nick Lawless, David Chadwick and Codey Ellison will start their 38km five-day ride from kapunda ro Laura on Wednesday, April 15.

Their goal is to raise $12,000 for the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome organisation ME/CFS Australia (SA).

"My mum has CFS and I like bike riding, so I figured I might as well do the ride for the cause and help out mum," Nick, of Chandlers Hill, says. Picture: Helen Orr

For information on how to donate phone 8383 6225.



Ride for CFS brochure (PDF, 112KB)

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