On September 20, Millersville University will be partnering with American Dream Ride Projects Lancaster to raise funds for Millersville’s American Dream Scholarship. The Dream Ride Projects is an annual fundraising event held in Lancaster in which cyclists of all skill levels ride to benefit local charities or nonprofits.

Millersville’s American Dream Scholarship, which was announced in President Anderson’s inauguration last autumn, will be one of the beneficiaries of the funds raised through the rides. The proceeds from the ride will provide a multi-year scholarship to students who demonstrate financial need, are in good standing and exhibit community service.

 

The ride is open to cyclists age 18 and older, and consists of routes varying in length from 10 to 100 miles. The intermediate 50-mile route meanders through Millersville’s campus and the surrounding borough. All skill levels are encouraged to participate in the ride, which by no means should be considered a race.

Given Anderson’s penchant for bike riding and sustainability, the bike ride seems to be a fitting way to raise funds locally.

 

For more information, visit the American Dream Ride Projects website,  or Millersville’s American Dream Scholarship Ride, or call the office of special events at 717-871-5926.

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  1. Hello: I would like to sign up for the ride but your links do not work.
    Thanks.
    Larry Keating

    Editor’s note
    Please try the following link – I just tried it and it worked fine: http://www.mvill.us/DreamRide.

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