Infirmary Health celebrates 15 years of RIDEYELLOW Saturday, Sept. 16
WHAT: RIDEYELLOW is an annual Infirmary Health charity bike ride. The ride begins at Halliday Park in Bay Minette, Alabama, with a 6-mile tribute ride. Individuals can choose to participate in only the tribute ride or continue by pedaling the 20, 37, or 62-mile route at their leisure. Rest stops are available along the way, and food, beverages, and vendor booths are available when riders return to the park. Riders can register for any ride until 7:00 a.m. on the day of the event.
WHEN: Saturday, September 16, 7:00 a.m.
WHERE: Halliday Park in Bay Minette, Alabama, 506 Clark Ave., Bay Minette, AL 36507
WHY: RIDEYELLOW was founded in 2007 by Ann White-Spunner and Mary Trufant to raise cancer awareness and to draft grassroots support for their mission of inspiring and empowering people affected by cancer. Since the 2007 inaugural ride, RIDEYELLOW has steadily grown and raised more money for cancer charities each year; and last year, RIDEYELLOW donated $10,000.00 to Camp Rapahope, a local non-profit organization that offers free, year-round recreational and support programs to those with childhood cancer and their families.
Infirmary Health is the largest not-for-profit, non-governmental healthcare system in Alabama. It comprises four hospitals, two post-acute care facilities, more than 60 physician practice locations, two freestanding emergency departments, and other affiliates. Infirmary Health serves all counties along the Gulf Coast. It offers the most advanced technology, comprehensive treatment, and highest quality care to remain the FIRST CHOICE for healthcare in the region.