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Riding for kids with cancer

H EDITED WEB riding for kids with cancer rsHudson – Paul Cincotta and Larry Blanchette start the fourth annual Riding for Sherry’s House, a temporary home in Worcester for children with cancer and their families. About 150 motorcyclists participated in the ride held July 15, beginning and ending at the Hudson Eagles Aerie #643. The 63-mile route went to Mt. Wachusett and back. Lenore and John Musorofiti organized the event in honor of their step-grandchild, Nick Cremins, who received support from Why Me and Sherry’s House before he passed away in 2001. A cookout with live musical entertainment followed the ride. For more information, visit whyme.org.

Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.

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