Strange, being on a bus shelter vs. IN a bus shelter

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Cancer doesn’t discriminate.

It doesn’t care how old (or how young) a person is.

It doesn’t care if someone is wealthy or financially struggling to make ends meet.

It doesn’t care if you are a mother, father, aunt, uncle, cousin, sister, brother, child, infant, or a best friend.

Cancer can and will strike at any time.

That is why I’m participating in the Big Move Cancer Ride on September 9t0.  Cancer robbed my family, but it won’t take away our strength to make a difference in our community by supporting the Walker Family Cancer Centre to help patients and their loved ones make this personal journey closer to home.

This is the third year me and my family are participating in the 50K cycling journey throughout the Niagara escarpment, and this year we are the poster children.  Check us out on the bus shelters across the Niagara Region.

If you’re interested in supporting Jackie’s Team, please click on the following link:  https://www.bigmovecancerride.com/event.htm?action=displayTeam&teamId=132&moduleEventId=2

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