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From a lemonade stand to a cookie ride, you can create your own fundraising event.
By LESLIE BARKER, www.dallasnews.com While training for a marathon in 2009, Linda Swanson of McKinney learned she had Parkinson’s disease.
A social ride to celebrate cycling with a 40, 100, or 200 km route through the scenic Beaver Valley.
A Parkinson's century ride organized by the East Alabama Cycling Club.