Kids Get Registered And Help End Cancer!

Posted on June 18th, 2017 by Lara

BIKE RIDE TO END CANCER OFFERING TWO AGE GROUPS!

SpokesKIDS Bike Ride | #420575
Ages: 8 – 14
Date: July 29th @ 11:30AM (check-in begins at 10:30AM, Apple Tree Auction Center)

SpokesKIDS was created by Cal Schnaidt, son of David Schnaidt. He, like his dad, wants to make his mark on Pelotonia so we can END CANCER. In 2013, David created his peloton Spokesmen For A Cure and in 2015, Cal has created his, SpokesKIDS!

SpokesKIDS will participate in the Granville Kiwanis Fourth of July parade as well as a ride of their own and raise money to END CANCER! (Must register by July 3rd to walk in the parade)

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? Boys and girls ages 8-14 from any school district, any other Peloton affiliation – we want ALL kids to come together to END CANCER

WHEN WILL WE RIDE? The ride will start at Apple Tree Auction Center in Newark and end at the Granville Inn.

WHAT ABOUT SAFTEY? All riders are required to wear a helmet and close toed shoes. Chaperones will be with the kids the entire ride and will carry with them emergency contact list and a small first aid kit. Remember, this is not a race — this is a charity kids bike ride.

WHAT IS THE COST? It is $20 to participate in the ride and another $80 required to fundraiser which is due morning of ride. Must register by July 10, 2017 to guarantee a T-shirt for the child to wear on race day.

Top 3 fundraiser earners will be recognized.

1. Register on the GRD web-site.
2. Payments made by check to Team Granville Spokesmen and mail to Teri Niedermeyer, 262 Spruce Dr., Granville, OH 43023

 

SpokesKIDS Jr. Bike Ride  | #420570
Grades: PreK – 3
Date: July 29, 2017, 10:00 am

The idea behind the SpokesKIDS Jr. bike ride is to give elementary-school-age children the chance to have as much fun as possible while riding their bikes to raise money for Pelotonia. The ride is for children in grades Pre-K through 3 and will be a part of a larger community celebration supporting Pelotonia. It will begin at Wildwood Park, travel along the bike path and end at the Granville Inn with a celebration for the riders. The route options include a choice between a 3-mile route and a 1-mile route for riders who may find the 3-mile route to be too long. Each will include a Pelotonia-style rest stop with water, sports drinks, and fruit available.

There is a $20 registration fee, which includes a T-shirt that riders will wear on the day of the ride*. All net proceeds will be donated to Pelotonia through Team Granville Spokesmen. Upon registering for the ride, you will receive an email from Jeremy Hopping with information about where to send the registration fee. Riders can also raise funds above and beyond the registration fee if they would like to. Information about that optional philanthropic component of the ride will be included in your registration email.

For safety purposes, all participants must wear a bicycle helmet, and volunteers will monitor riders at all times. Bicycles will be provided for any child who does not have a bicycle of their own.

*NOTE: Registration ends July 27th. T-shirts guaranteed if registered prior to July 15th.

Register on the GRD web-site. Upon registering for the ride, you will receive an email from Jeremy Hopping with information about where to send the registration fee.

 

Hometown Sister Duo On The Lawn

Posted on May 26th, 2017 by Lara

Join us at the Bryn Du Mansion, 573 Jones Road, Granville. Pack a picnic dinner or grab a bite from an on-site food vendor. Don’t forget your lawn chairs or blanket. Performance start at 6:30PM and last approximately ninety minutes with no intermission.

Special thanks to the Village of Granville, Bryn Du Commission, and Granville Kiwanis.

Sunday, July 23, 6:30PM
Adelee & Gentry
 | Alternative Pop/Rock
At The Bryn Du Manison

Sisters Adelee and Gentry have been singing and performing as a duo for the past five years in and around their hometown of West Alexandria, Ohio. These sisters of harmony have gone from being “just” small town girls to rising stars on the Nashville scene.

Food Truck: Bo J’s Southern Eats 

Support The Wildwood Playground Renovation Project

Posted on May 23rd, 2017 by Lara

Buy a Commemorative Brick or Paver to be placed at the new Wildwood Playground Build. For purchase details or more ways to get involved, email, WildwoodParkProject@gmail.com

Download the Brick/Paver Order Form Here

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Purchase Your Brick/Paver Online Now