Cycling the Wave

September 22, 2009

By Staff

Above, Lakemont Ladies Cycling Club members and their friends (from left) Dawn Matte, Deb Hinchey, Sarah Howard, Heidi Klansnic, Sara Carmichael and Sandy Ruggles take a break from the road during their annual cycling fundraiser, Cycle the Wave, at the Tiger Mountain Professional Building rest stop Sept. 20. The event had 604 registered cyclists and raised more than $50,000 for the Eastside Domestic Violence Program. You can still donate at www.cyclethewave.com. At right, Nancy Belur, Cycle the WAVE special events director (right), hugs Helen McConkey, of Bremerton, who lost 130 pounds cycling since January.

Above, Lakemont Ladies Cycling Club members and their friends (from left) Dawn Matte, Deb Hinchey, Sarah Howard, Heidi Klansnic, Sara Carmichael and Sandy Ruggles take a break from the road during their annual cycling fundraiser, Cycle the Wave, at the Tiger Mountain Professional Building rest stop Sept. 20. The event had 604 registered cyclists and raised more than $50,000 for the Eastside Domestic Violence Program. You can still donate at www.cyclethewave.com. At right, Nancy Belur, Cycle the WAVE special events director (right), hugs Helen McConkey, of Bremerton, who lost 130 pounds cycling since January.

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