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moderated Inspiring Story About One of Our Own

Becky Smith
 


Hello FFBC members,

As several of you may know, there were four FFBC members who participated in Pedal the Petrified 100K ride through the Petrified Forest National Park located in northeastern Arizona this past September. One of those members was Jon Graff, who has been doing it since 2014.

Jon had sent an email to friends of a bucket list of things he wanted to do before his cancer worsened, and asked people to join him. Pedal the Petrified was one of those items on the list, of which Sydney and Louis Friedenberg and myself (Becky Smith) signed up to do with him.

Long story short, Jon (aka Dr. Graff and paleontology hobbyist) made the ENTIRE ride in sweltering heat, not to mention he had just finished cancer treatments a few weeks prior. The event’s Executive Director, Betsyann Wilson, shared a heartwarming story of how Jon did that, which is pasted below with Jon’s picture, wearing the jersey he helped to design. Please take a moment to read it if you will. It is inspiring about one of our own.

Becky

****Betsyann’s Post Follows****

“Now I want to share a story with you.”

On the corner of your ride tee shirt are the initials “JG”. We added them this year to honor a longstanding silent partner of Pedal the Petrified, Mr. Jon Graff, Ph.D., of San Jose, California.Every September, Jon comes to the Petrified Forest to indulge two of his passions: riding his bike and volunteering with their Paleontology program. He works in the field collecting fossils and in the prep lab, cleaning them for display or study. And since 2014, when he was a mere child of 70, he has ridden the full Pedal the Petrified.  

This year, Jon wasn’t sure he’d be able to ride at all. The cancer he has fought for many years had resurfaced around the time of last year’s Pedal the Petrified, and had become very aggressive over the summer. We spoke often on the phone about whether he could even make the trip to the Petrified Forest this year. When his oncologist encouraged him to go, he expressed concern about whether he could do the bike ride, because he had begun to tire so easily. He arrived at the Petrified Forest on Labor Day weekend and let me know he planned to attempt the 50 km half-ride. His beautiful bike, “The Green Flash”, that he designed and built himself, was assembled, and he began practice rides of 20-25 miles with Chuck Beightol, a Ph.D. Paleontology candidate working at the park. “Will you ride with me on the day?” he asked me. “If I can keep up with you,” I replied. I wasn’t being flip; I know Jon Graff. 

I was going to introduce Jon to you at the ride start, because his generous support has helped to make the ride possible since 2015. But I couldn’t have gotten through it. Jon took off with Steve Buck, a local “retired” bike racer who introduced him to Pedal the Petrified, and Chuck Beightol.  I lingered to assist a couple of riders and confer with volunteers. I got away late but was able to catch up to the trio at Blue Mesa. Jon was riding steadily and having a rest and a visit with the sag crew there, including my son, who aspires to become a paleontologist. Jon has been a terrific advisor to him. We left for our next stop at Crystal Forest where Jon enjoyed his promised PBJ and a fresh plum. Pulling the hill above Rainbow, I rode ahead and alerted one of our photographers, Everett Robinson, that Jon was coming. Everett got a super photo of Jon coming over the hill on the Green Flash. Jon looked great and was riding strong – almost to his goal. As we pedaled over the bridge at Jim Camp Wash and into Rainbow Forest, I was so proud of him, and so humbled to be with him. 

At Rainbow Forest, he had a snack, then sat on a chair in the sun, eyes closed, and rested. I changed out of my sweaty clothes and got ready to drive sag for the afternoon. “How ya doing, Jon?” I asked. “I’m about ready to head back,” he said. But instead of boarding a shuttle, he sought the Green Flash, and Steve and Chuck. Steve and I exchanged a glance. “He wants to try the return trip,” Steve said. And so the trio rode away, pulling the hill out of Rainbow, Jon steady and tenacious. My daughter and I started patrolling for riders in need of assistance. Our work took us north as far as Puerco Pueblo, where we got water to take to Blue Mesa. Jon, Chuck and Steve had just arrived at Blue Mesa when we did. As you know, to claim the whole 100k, you have to ride the Blue Mesa spur in both directions. Jon wasn’t just going to ride the return leg; he was going to ring up the entire 100 kilometers. He lay down on a picnic table in the shade for a power nap.

When we next saw him, he was at Puerco Pueblo, fueling for the long uphill to Pintado Point. As many of you know, that incline, from the ride’s lowest point at Puerco Pueblo – around 5,400’ of elevation – to Pintado, the park’s highest point at 5,800’, especially coming at the end of the 100 km ride, is a significant challenge. It isn’t steep, but it seems to go on forever. It takes determination and perseverance, and a serious dig into the reserves. We returned to Tiponi Point to wait, cell phones at the ready, in case we were called to pick him up. Our crew of ride volunteers, who had started the day at 3:00 a.m., packed up the last sag stops and headed home.

Jon Graff rode into Tiponi just before 3:00 p.m., having completed the entire ride – all 100 kilometers. Amid the wild cheers of Steve Buck and Chuck Beightol, our Ride Directors, Lisa Jayne and Renell Heister, Lisa’s daughter Saryn, and my family and me, he beamed and said, “No one is more surprised that I finished than I am!” A month before, he hadn’t known whether he’d even make the trip to Arizona.

It is no understatement to say that Jon’s enduring sponsorship of Pedal the Petrified has directly resulted in scholarships that have literally changed the lives of dozens of Northland Pioneer College students. He has made a remarkable and lasting difference to them, and his establishment of the Jon Graff, Ph.D., Fund assures that his work continues. He has also made a remarkable and lasting difference in my life. He has been a gentle friend, a teacher and a mentor to my children. He is delightful to talk to, because he is interested in so many varied topics. He is so learned, yet he continues to seek knowledge. As my husband puts it, he shares the conversation beautifully. Jon’s cancer may have no cure, but he soundly and regularly continues to kick the hell out of it.

And his indomitable spirit is the most amazing, enduring thing about Jon. Since learning his prognosis was terminal, he’s been “bucket listing”, and my family and I are privileged to receive his “Reports from the Field” – emailed messages, with photos, letting us share in his adventures. He has ridden the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park, explored Ireland, New York City and Civil War battlefields.  He has danced in Luckenbach, Texas and toured the Texas Hill Country. And through it all, he’s ridden thousands and thousands of miles on his bike. I am taken in by his stories and delighted by his experiences. But yesterday afternoon, seeing Jon Graff conquer the entire Pedal the Petrified is something that will live with me forever.

The little “JG” will remain on our Pedal the Petrified logo always, and we are working it into the design on the ride jersey – a design that Jon helped us create four years ago. When future riders ask me, as some of you did this year, what it means, I will tell them about Jon Graff. And now you can too. 

 

 

Betsyann WilsonExecutiveDirector

NPC Friends & Family

1611 South Main Street

Snowflake, AZ 85937

928-536-6245

www.npcfriendsfamily.org

 

Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For indeed, that’s all who ever have.

-Margaret Mead

 



moderated Race Team Report for October 2018

West Kurihara
 

Hello all,

Below is the link for the race team report for the last two months.  September is the generally considered the last month of the road cycling season.  
  

Regards,
West Kurihara
Race Team Liason


moderated Route - Thursday Morning Coffee Ride

Lori Sommer
 

Hi FFBC,
Tomorrow we head to the hills of Alum Rock.  Please come have some fun!  As always, make the ride your own.  
Lori



Thursday, October 4
9:00am
 
WhenThu, October 4, 9am – 1pm
WhereREI, 43962 Fremont Blvd, Fremont, CA 94538, USA (map)
DescriptionLength: 34 miles
Terrain: 2, 3; Pace: T, M

Sleep in!  We are back to the regular 9AM start.  We are riding to Alum Rock. Since REI isn't open use the facilities at Starbucks or wait until we reach the Jose Higuera Adobe in Milpitas. 

We will ride along the foothills and once we get into the park, there are options to head straight to the Visitor's Center or climb the Inspiration Loop and/or Miguelita Road. Also, you don't have to go all the way to the park...you can turn early to coffee to reduce milage significantly. If you are a slow climber, but want to do the extra climbing, please be considerate of the group and turn around when you see the faster riders returning OR bring yourself to coffee on your own. 

We will have lunch at Noah's Bagels/Starbucks ($) before heading back on a flat route, with no regroups. 

Extreme temperatures, park closure, construction or the whim of the ride leader may modify the route. Rain cancels, check https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics, email or text me. 

Lori Sommer: lorimsommer@..., 510-693-8624


moderated Re: Sat Brisk Show and Go Suggestion

Nick Laszlo
 

Start time & location?

On Sep 27, 2018, at 10:32 PM, Tim OHara <timorides2@...> wrote:

How about a ride through the back roads of Woodside?

Tim and Robin


moderated Re: Sat Brisk Show and Go Suggestion

Nick Laszlo
 

I’d be onboard with that!

Nick 🚴‍♂️


On Sep 27, 2018, at 10:32 PM, Tim OHara <timorides2@...> wrote:

How about a ride through the back roads of Woodside?

Tim and Robin


moderated Sat Brisk Show and Go Suggestion

Tim OHara
 

How about a ride through the back roads of Woodside?

Tim and Robin


moderated Oct Ride Calendar Update

Dennis Dong <ronincopp@...>
 

The closure of Calaveras Rd has been extended to November 2nd and scheduled to open to all traffic on Saturday, November 3rd.  Soooo, the October Saturday rides; Calaveras CW and Calaveras CCW have been changed again.  Check the calendar for the route information.  

The regular scheduled rides are all covered with ride leaders.  Thanks to the members who stepped up.  

The Mt Hamilton Ride is scheduled for Saturday, Oct 20th.  We will need volunteers to be ride leaders and SAGs.  Please let me know if you can help.  

Thanks and ride safe!
Dennis Dong
Ride Coordinator


moderated Sat. 9/29 - Show and Go - M Pace - to Huddart Park

mbrasseur00
 

Show and Go for Saturday Sept. 29 - to Huddart Park

Louis, Donna and I are going to do a ride to Huddart Park by way of Canada and Olive Hill. Coffee break at either the Starbuck’s or nearby coffee shop at the Sharon Park shopping center off of Sand Hill.

M Pace - Approximately 44 miles and 1975 elevation
Meet near Sprouts in Newark, at Jarvis and Newark Blvd
Meet at 8:30am with wheels rolling at 8:45am.


Attached is a route sheet if you want to have one.

Hope to see you there.

Mike


moderated Re: Route - Thursday Morning Coffee Riders

Michael Graff
 

I think the Devout Coffee building used to be a bike shop. And the coffee is fantastic. I will travel past several Starbucks and Peets, and even Philz, to get to Devout.

On Wed, Sep 26, 2018 at 2:07 PM Lori Sommer <lorimsommer@...> wrote:
Thanks, everyone!  I really appreciate it. I was sad there probably wouldn’t be coffee on the coffee ride. 
Lori

On Sep 26, 2018, at 1:24 PM, Sandra <regalmoded@...> wrote:

Don’t forget there is the new coffee shop in Sunol, they are cyclist friendly.  They have a bike station there, pump, tools, etc.
My mid week group ride have been there and were made very welcome.

Sandra


On Sep 26, 2018, at 12:18 PM, Lori Sommer <lorimsommer@...> wrote:

Hello,

Tomorrow, let's climb Kilkare and then head to our "long forgotten" Sunol Regional Park.  With the construction of Calaveras Dam complete, I'm hoping (and praying) the truck traffic will be greatly reduced out to Geary Rd.  Both loops are out and back so feel free to make it your own ride, at your own pace, as you can always u-turn when you see others heading the other way.  

Please bring some snacks and plenty of water.  Our "coffee" stop will be at the end of the ride at the convenience store on the corner of Niles Canyon and Paloma. I can't promise coffee at the stop though.  We can always drive to coffee in Fremont.

22miles, 1,500'

I hope to see you in the morning!

Lori


Thursday, September 27
9:00am
 
WhenThu, September 27, 9am – 1pm
WhereSunol Train Station (map)
DescriptionLength: 25-35 miles
Terrain: 2, 3; Pace: T, M

This week the route starts from the gravel lot across from the Sunol Train Station. 

There are lots of places we can go and sometimes a portion of the climbing is optional and mileage can be reduced. Our favorite destinations include the Corner Bakery or Peet's via Kilkare, the water tower and Bernal Bump or maybe out to Panama Red Coffee in Livermore by way of Sycamore Grove/Holdener Park or the climbs out by Signal Hill and the fun descent on Croak Road with lunch at Panera in Livermore. Another favorite is Denica's in Dublin via Windemere. Bring $ for coffee or lunch. 

Extreme temperatures, construction or the whim of the ride leader may modify the route. Rain cancels, check https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics, email or call me.

Lori Sommer lorimsommer@... 510-693-8624
     


moderated Re: Route - Thursday Morning Coffee Riders

Lori Sommer
 

Thanks, everyone!  I really appreciate it. I was sad there probably wouldn’t be coffee on the coffee ride. 
Lori

On Sep 26, 2018, at 1:24 PM, Sandra <regalmoded@...> wrote:

Don’t forget there is the new coffee shop in Sunol, they are cyclist friendly.  They have a bike station there, pump, tools, etc.
My mid week group ride have been there and were made very welcome.

Sandra


On Sep 26, 2018, at 12:18 PM, Lori Sommer <lorimsommer@...> wrote:

Hello,

Tomorrow, let's climb Kilkare and then head to our "long forgotten" Sunol Regional Park.  With the construction of Calaveras Dam complete, I'm hoping (and praying) the truck traffic will be greatly reduced out to Geary Rd.  Both loops are out and back so feel free to make it your own ride, at your own pace, as you can always u-turn when you see others heading the other way.  

Please bring some snacks and plenty of water.  Our "coffee" stop will be at the end of the ride at the convenience store on the corner of Niles Canyon and Paloma. I can't promise coffee at the stop though.  We can always drive to coffee in Fremont.

22miles, 1,500'

I hope to see you in the morning!

Lori


Thursday, September 27
9:00am
 
WhenThu, September 27, 9am – 1pm
WhereSunol Train Station (map)
DescriptionLength: 25-35 miles
Terrain: 2, 3; Pace: T, M

This week the route starts from the gravel lot across from the Sunol Train Station. 

There are lots of places we can go and sometimes a portion of the climbing is optional and mileage can be reduced. Our favorite destinations include the Corner Bakery or Peet's via Kilkare, the water tower and Bernal Bump or maybe out to Panama Red Coffee in Livermore by way of Sycamore Grove/Holdener Park or the climbs out by Signal Hill and the fun descent on Croak Road with lunch at Panera in Livermore. Another favorite is Denica's in Dublin via Windemere. Bring $ for coffee or lunch. 

Extreme temperatures, construction or the whim of the ride leader may modify the route. Rain cancels, check https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics, email or call me.

Lori Sommer lorimsommer@... 510-693-8624
     


moderated Re: Route - Thursday Morning Coffee Riders

sandra king
 

Don’t forget there is the new coffee shop in Sunol, they are cyclist friendly.  They have a bike station there, pump, tools, etc.
My mid week group ride have been there and were made very welcome.

Sandra


On Sep 26, 2018, at 12:18 PM, Lori Sommer <lorimsommer@...> wrote:

Hello,

Tomorrow, let's climb Kilkare and then head to our "long forgotten" Sunol Regional Park.  With the construction of Calaveras Dam complete, I'm hoping (and praying) the truck traffic will be greatly reduced out to Geary Rd.  Both loops are out and back so feel free to make it your own ride, at your own pace, as you can always u-turn when you see others heading the other way.  

Please bring some snacks and plenty of water.  Our "coffee" stop will be at the end of the ride at the convenience store on the corner of Niles Canyon and Paloma. I can't promise coffee at the stop though.  We can always drive to coffee in Fremont.

22miles, 1,500'

I hope to see you in the morning!

Lori


Thursday, September 27
9:00am
 
WhenThu, September 27, 9am – 1pm
WhereSunol Train Station (map)
DescriptionLength: 25-35 miles
Terrain: 2, 3; Pace: T, M

This week the route starts from the gravel lot across from the Sunol Train Station. 

There are lots of places we can go and sometimes a portion of the climbing is optional and mileage can be reduced. Our favorite destinations include the Corner Bakery or Peet's via Kilkare, the water tower and Bernal Bump or maybe out to Panama Red Coffee in Livermore by way of Sycamore Grove/Holdener Park or the climbs out by Signal Hill and the fun descent on Croak Road with lunch at Panera in Livermore. Another favorite is Denica's in Dublin via Windemere. Bring $ for coffee or lunch. 

Extreme temperatures, construction or the whim of the ride leader may modify the route. Rain cancels, check https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics, email or call me.

Lori Sommer lorimsommer@... 510-693-8624
     


moderated Re: Route - Thursday Morning Coffee Riders

Lori Sommer
 

Change in coffee stop!  

Larry mentioned there is a new coffee shop at the Event Center, Casa Bella.  Thanks so much Larry.  We are covered for coffee, whew!  


On Wed, Sep 26, 2018 at 12:18 PM Lori Sommer <lorimsommer@...> wrote:
Hello,

Tomorrow, let's climb Kilkare and then head to our "long forgotten" Sunol Regional Park.  With the construction of Calaveras Dam complete, I'm hoping (and praying) the truck traffic will be greatly reduced out to Geary Rd.  Both loops are out and back so feel free to make it your own ride, at your own pace, as you can always u-turn when you see others heading the other way.  

Please bring some snacks and plenty of water.  Our "coffee" stop will be at the end of the ride at the convenience store on the corner of Niles Canyon and Paloma. I can't promise coffee at the stop though.  We can always drive to coffee in Fremont.

22miles, 1,500'

I hope to see you in the morning!

Lori


Thursday, September 27
9:00am
 
WhenThu, September 27, 9am – 1pm
WhereSunol Train Station (map)
DescriptionLength: 25-35 miles
Terrain: 2, 3; Pace: T, M

This week the route starts from the gravel lot across from the Sunol Train Station. 

There are lots of places we can go and sometimes a portion of the climbing is optional and mileage can be reduced. Our favorite destinations include the Corner Bakery or Peet's via Kilkare, the water tower and Bernal Bump or maybe out to Panama Red Coffee in Livermore by way of Sycamore Grove/Holdener Park or the climbs out by Signal Hill and the fun descent on Croak Road with lunch at Panera in Livermore. Another favorite is Denica's in Dublin via Windemere. Bring $ for coffee or lunch. 

Extreme temperatures, construction or the whim of the ride leader may modify the route. Rain cancels, check https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics, email or call me.

Lori Sommer lorimsommer@... 510-693-8624
     


moderated Route - Thursday Morning Coffee Riders

Lori Sommer
 

Hello,

Tomorrow, let's climb Kilkare and then head to our "long forgotten" Sunol Regional Park.  With the construction of Calaveras Dam complete, I'm hoping (and praying) the truck traffic will be greatly reduced out to Geary Rd.  Both loops are out and back so feel free to make it your own ride, at your own pace, as you can always u-turn when you see others heading the other way.  

Please bring some snacks and plenty of water.  Our "coffee" stop will be at the end of the ride at the convenience store on the corner of Niles Canyon and Paloma. I can't promise coffee at the stop though.  We can always drive to coffee in Fremont.

22miles, 1,500'

I hope to see you in the morning!

Lori


Thursday, September 27
9:00am
 
WhenThu, September 27, 9am – 1pm
WhereSunol Train Station (map)
DescriptionLength: 25-35 miles
Terrain: 2, 3; Pace: T, M

This week the route starts from the gravel lot across from the Sunol Train Station. 

There are lots of places we can go and sometimes a portion of the climbing is optional and mileage can be reduced. Our favorite destinations include the Corner Bakery or Peet's via Kilkare, the water tower and Bernal Bump or maybe out to Panama Red Coffee in Livermore by way of Sycamore Grove/Holdener Park or the climbs out by Signal Hill and the fun descent on Croak Road with lunch at Panera in Livermore. Another favorite is Denica's in Dublin via Windemere. Bring $ for coffee or lunch. 

Extreme temperatures, construction or the whim of the ride leader may modify the route. Rain cancels, check https://ffbc.groups.io/g/info/topics, email or call me.

Lori Sommer lorimsommer@... 510-693-8624
     


moderated Re: Club discount for L'Etape California Gran Fondo

Tushar Chaubal
 

Hello
Did anyone from Fremont Freewheelers sign up for below ride ?
Letape California in Folsom.

Thanks
Tushar


On Wed, Sep 19, 2018 at 3:48 PM Dennis Dong <ronincopp@...> wrote:

Hi Fremont Freewheelers (that’s a tongue twister!),

 

I’m reaching out on behalf of L’Etape California by Le Tour de France – a fall gran fondo taking place in Folsom on October 28th

 

We are ramping up for the event and having a special, one-time only sale this week to celebrate the World Championships and the end of the professional cycling season and wanted to extend the offer to FFBC. Would it be possible to share the details below with your group?

 

Club Offer: 50% off registration

 

Discount Code: CLUBFLASH50

*enter code during the checkout process of registration

 

Offer Launch Time: 9:00AM, Wednesday, September 19

Offer Ends: 3:00PM, Friday, September 21

 

We would love to see you guys at the event. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions or let me know if there’s any other information I may provide!

 

Thank you!

Rene Jackson

www.letapecalifornia.com


moderated Re: October Ride Calendar

Dennis Dong <ronincopp@...>
 

Hello Members.  I forgot to include some additional information.  Calaveras Rd is scheduled to re-open October 1st for all traffic.  The routes have been updated for the 2 Saturday Calaveras Rd rides: Calaveras Clockwise (Oct 6th) and Calaveras CCW (Oct 27th). 

Dennis Dong

On Sun, Sep 23, 2018 at 1:59 PM Dennis Dong <ronincopp@...> wrote:
Greetings FFBC Members. 
It's time again to prepare the upcoming ride calendar for the month of October.  Ride Leaders please check the ride calendar for any errors or omissions and let me know.  

New item to note.  The annual Mt Hamilton Loop Ride was scheduled for Saturday, Oct 13th.  There is a scheduled closure of Niles Canyon on the same date (Oct 13th) so I moved the ride to Saturday, Oct 20th.  We will need members to volunteer as ride leaders and SAGs.  

Ride Leaders needed:
1)  Sunday
  • Oct 28th : Women's Social Ride
2)  Monday MMRR 

Thanks and ride safe!
Dennis Dong
Ride Coordinator


moderated October Ride Calendar

Dennis Dong <ronincopp@...>
 

Greetings FFBC Members. 
It's time again to prepare the upcoming ride calendar for the month of October.  Ride Leaders please check the ride calendar for any errors or omissions and let me know.  

New item to note.  The annual Mt Hamilton Loop Ride was scheduled for Saturday, Oct 13th.  There is a scheduled closure of Niles Canyon on the same date (Oct 13th) so I moved the ride to Saturday, Oct 20th.  We will need members to volunteer as ride leaders and SAGs.  

Ride Leaders needed:
1)  Sunday
  • Oct 28th : Women's Social Ride
2)  Monday MMRR 

Thanks and ride safe!
Dennis Dong
Ride Coordinator


moderated Sat Brisk Show and Go Suggestion

Tim OHara
 

Why not follow the M ride and do Calv CCW to the false summit and back?  We can even add a hard hitters version that would include the steep pitch up Old Calv 

Tim and Robin on the tandem


moderated Yakima Spare Time Bicycle Rack

David Ransom
 

 

I’m getting rid of a Yakima Spare Time spare tire bicycle rack. The only cost is helping me take it off my Jeep. This is the precursor to the Spare Ride Bike rack. I only have the short adapter for mounting it, so if you have 35’s you’ll have to order the long adapter.

 

Good riding

 

Dave Ransom

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


moderated Route/Sub - Thursday Morning Coffee Ride

Lori Sommer
 

Hi All,

New route tomorrow but I won’t be there to enjoy it. Ken is leading.

Tim I will drop off your cameras.

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/28628116

Lori


moderated Club discount for L'Etape California Gran Fondo

Dennis Dong <ronincopp@...>
 

Hi Fremont Freewheelers (that’s a tongue twister!),

 

I’m reaching out on behalf of L’Etape California by Le Tour de France – a fall gran fondo taking place in Folsom on October 28th

 

We are ramping up for the event and having a special, one-time only sale this week to celebrate the World Championships and the end of the professional cycling season and wanted to extend the offer to FFBC. Would it be possible to share the details below with your group?

 

Club Offer: 50% off registration

 

Discount Code: CLUBFLASH50

*enter code during the checkout process of registration

 

Offer Launch Time: 9:00AM, Wednesday, September 19

Offer Ends: 3:00PM, Friday, September 21

 

We would love to see you guys at the event. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions or let me know if there’s any other information I may provide!

 

Thank you!

Rene Jackson

www.letapecalifornia.com

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