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Lake Wobegon Regional Trail Ride

Saturday, September 9, 2017
Ride is Round Trip*

All riders will start in St. Joseph at 9 a.m.

Register online
 

Route Options:

  • St. Joseph to Avon - 9 miles (18 miles round trip)
  • St. Joseph to Albany - 15.9 miles (31.8 miles round trip)
  • St. Joseph to Freeport - 21.2 miles (42.4 miles round trip)
  • St. Joseph to Melrose - 27.2 miles (54.4 miles round trip)
  • St. Joseph to Sauk Centre - 36.7 miles (73.4 miles round trip)

* There will NOT be return transportation this year.

The twelfth annual Lake Wobegon® Regional Trail Bike Ride, a family fun event (not a race), winds its way through the communities along the Lake Wobegon® trail. All riders will start in St. Joseph this year and ride round-trip to their preferred destination.


One official start/end place this year: St. Joseph (check in at 8:30 A.M. for a 9:00 A.M. start)

  1. Park your vehicle at St. Joseph’s trail head parking (look for signs)
  2. Check-in at registration and wait for official start.
  3. Bus rides and bike transportation back to the start line will not be provided this year, except on an emergency basis. Bike ride starts and ends in St. Joseph.
  4. Light refreshments and portable toilets will be available at regular intervals throughout the ride.
  5. Donation to ride is $30. Day of the event to ride is $35.
  6. Additional fund raising is encouraged, but not required.
  7. Helmets, as well as a signed release of liability, are required in order to participate.

The primary beneficiary of the Lake Wobegon® Bike Ride is Day Services at Catholic Charities St. Cloud Children’s Home, a rehabilitative mental health service for students experiencing developmental challenges. These developmental challenges may be in social interaction skills, emotion regulation, mood management, and/or behavioral disruptions due to a diagnosed mental health condition. (Depression, Anxiety, Asperger Spectrum Disorders, Trauma, etc.) Due to these challenges, most of our students experience difficulties at home, at school and in the community.
 
All programs utilize a strong collaborative approach providing both academic and therapeutic services within the typical school day. The Young Learners Program in St. Cloud and the St. Cloud Child and Adolescent Program offer this multi-disciplinary approach serving children from ages 3-18.


Questions?
Call Chuck Rieland, Ride Director at 952.475.4156 or
Beth Cummings, Catholic Charities Communications & Public Relations Manager at 320.650.1641


 

Start: 09/09/2017 8:30 AM

End: 09/09/2017 3:00 PM

Where:

St. Joseph, MN




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