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Ride for A Cure to Help the Community

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Amarillo, TX - For 8 years a community biker group called "The Pinks" have helped raise money for 20 women in the Panhandle, who have been battling breast cancer.

The group hit the road to raise funds for three women this year; two from Amarillo and one from Floydayda.

But it's not just about raising money, The group also works to spread awareness and is now asking the community for some help.

Vice President of the group, Glyndia Keiser says they've worked all year for this and it's a big deal for them.

Event Coordinator, Jeff Rogers says they are looking for people that can help their recipients.
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