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Lifeline volunteers prepare to cycle 6800 kilometers to raise funds for The Children’s Charity

Eric Kameka and Evan Bird, valued volunteers of Fraser Health Lifeline, will be ‘Cycling Shore2Shore’ from Halifax, NS to White Rock, BC, in efforts to raise money for The Children’s Charity.

Partnering with eight White Rock firefighters, Eric and Evan will undertake this two-week effort in September 2010. Together, they will ride 6800 kilometers, with a goal to raise $100,000. To date, they have raised $30,000.

Fraser Health Lifeline is a Personal Emergency Response Service that ensures 24hours, 7 days a week, assistance to seniors or adults managing a medical condition, who are frequently at home alone, at risk for falls, use adaptive devices to assist with mobility, or anyone who would just feel more comfortable knowing that help is always available.

Lifeline is committed to providing quality service to all our clients. We have five offices in the Fraser Health area – central office in New Westminster, Peace Arch hospital, Surrey Newton Home Health, Langley Hospital and Ridge Meadows. To contact us, please call central office at 604-517-8617.

All the best to Eric and Evan on their adventure! Looking forward to catching up with them when they return!

Submitted by Shelley Marshall, Lifeline Coordinator

Bike journey for big bucks!