CYCLISTS TRAINING FOR 94.7 CHALLENGE FUNDRAISER
On 21 November 2010, six guys from Greystone Park Fellowship and Harvest Church, will be competing in the 94.7 Cycle Challenge in Johannesburg, South Africa, to raise funds to establish a chicken producing project at Shalom. This project involves building chicken houses and equipping them, in order for us to grow chickens, not only for Shalom, but also other orphaned and vulnerable children.
The guys will endure 95km of tough Joburg terrain, together with 20,000 other cyclists, to complete the challenge which they are aiming to finish in 3 hours or less ... not an easy task by any stretch of the imagination. The team have spent the last 2 months training for the event (under the watchful eye of 'coach' Dave Hobbs who is not competing this year). Go to the link below for photos of them in training.
To sponsor them and help establish this chicken producing project, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org .
For pictures of the guys in training go to http://www.themichaelproject.org/projects-children-at-risk-detail.php?id=5
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