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Maureen T. O'Hara Teal There’s a Cure Motorcycle Run is a 35 mile run on country roads to raise funds for Ovarian Cancer research, awareness, and education. The ride will start at 11:30am and end around 12:30pm at Local 315 Brewing Company where there will be an after party. The after party will include music, drink specials, 50/50, and raffles.
All registration includes BBQ chicken dinner. Preregistration online ends August 21st, register before July 29th for a guaranteed t-shirt. Day of registration $30 at Local 315 Brewing Company 10am to 11:00am. Kick stands up at 11:30am.
TOGETHER, we are raising awareness and advancing research on Ovarian Cancer to help women now and for years to come.
The event will take place rain or shine. We reserve the right to cancel the motorcycle run in extreme circumstances and there will be no refunds. Your entry fee will be used as a donation. The after party, including lunch and music, will still take place for all to enjoy.
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“Teal There’s a Cure" was founded by Maureen in 2009 and started as a 5k run/walk. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in December of 2007 but never told her family about it until January, 2008. Always thinking of others, she did not want to give that news to her family over the holidays. Maureen passed away from the disease in July, 2012.
Maureen, being an advocate for others her entire life, sought every opportunity to help those around her. True to her mission, she devoted her last years spreading awareness/information about the subtle symptoms of ovarian cancer and worked tirelessly to make THIS event a success---raising funds for research and initiating a vision whereby fewer women would suffer from the disease. In her memory, her family and a wonderful group of volunteers have continued to organize the annual event.
In 2015, the family and committee decided to rename the event: “Maureen T. O’Hara ,Teal There’s a Cure”.
During the past 12 years, our committee has expanded its events to include a craft and vendor fair and motorcycle run. In 2018, Keith Fitzgerald joined the Maureen T. O'Hara Teal There's a Cure committee, his wife, Kelly, who enjoys motorcycle rides, is a survivor of Ovarian Cancer. Keith brought the idea of adding a motorcycle run to the committee. In 2019 we held our first motorcycle run and raised over $1500.
Our committee is very appreciative to all who have supported this cause. Because of you, we are proud to say that over the past 12 years, we have raised over $414,250.00 toward research and support for ovarian cancer. This would not have been possible without your continued participation and support.
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