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Old 04-16-08, 04:16 PM   #1
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5/10 - North of Boston, MA - Ride for Climate Justice

Saturday, May 10, 2008, 10 a.m.

The first charity bicycle ride to address global warming and build economic and environmental justice!

Rain or shine, help find a cure for a feverish Planet Earth. And after the ride at 2:00 p.m., we’ll meet for a raffle with great prizes and a delicious planet-friendly vegetarian buffet!

Starting in Arlington Heights, Massachusetts, USA, we will pass through scenic Lexington, Concord and Carlisle, with 14-, 30-, and 60-mile options.

Registration is only $10 per person, minimum pledge requested is $50. All proceeds to benefit the scholarship and organizing fund of the Northeast Climate Confluence, a youth-run summer conference to educate people of all ages and backgrounds on climate and sustainability. If you don’t have a bike, Quad Cycles will loan you one for free, just let us know in advance.

For more information visit the official event website at:
http://www.constitution411.org/climate/pedals

write to pedals@constitution411.org, or call 781-674-2339.
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