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Kris Bailey Kris Bailey Ride a bicycle for 365 miles??  Are you kidding??  No way!!
Now drive 365 miles?  Hand out snacks and drinks?  Read a map?  These things I can do.  Taking a quote from the movie Rain Man, "I'm an excellent driver."
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Holly Kosten Holly Kosten I am thankful to be a part of the Ride/365 team this year and am excited about the emphasis on prevention.  We have an opportunity to support the Cambodia team efforts in preventing and raising awareness about human trafficking.
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Tambry Brose Tambry Brose A couple of days after finishing the ride last year, someone asked me, "Would you do it all again?"  My first reaction was "Are you kidding me?  That was the hardest thing I've ever done in my life. Not a chance!"
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Kim Meagher Kim Meagher I don't care too much for bike riding, especially for long distances up and down mountains.  That being said, I do love World Relief.
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Anne Carney Anne Carney I am excited to be part of the crew that will support this outstanding effort. I was not super familiar with World Relief or Women Who Stand until I was approached by friends to participate in Ride 365.
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Megan Saunders Megan Saunders Riding 365 miles in 5 days?  You must be crazy!  Maybe so, but as a mom of four kids, I know that if I don’t at least try to look outside the four walls of my home, I will drown in laundry and legos.
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Amy Davidson Amy Davidson Last year I followed, supported and prayed for the Ride 365 ladies.  Never did I think that I would be invited to participate in Ride 365 2013.  What an honor, privilege and great challenge.
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Gloria Serrao Gloria Serrao World Relief has consistently demonstrated the gospel visibly.   I am humbled to be given the opportunity to partner with this organization as they help women in Malawi and Cambodia.
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Debbie Foreman Deb Foreman I feel fortunate to be able to ride on behalf of World Relief again this year.  Biking is one of my favorite forms of exercise, and World Relief is one of my favorite organization, so to be able to combine the two seems a perfect match for me.
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Denise Simms Denise Simms It is a privilege to, again, support the Ride 365 effort.  Last year I experienced the thrill of welcoming the riders back home after their tremendously successful quest.
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Betsy Goodman Allison Gerbereux I am very excited to join this group of women on Ride365. For the past 7 years, I have loved to ride my bike throughout Baltimore County to either enjoy a long, beautiful ride with good friends or to train for a triathlon.
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Kathy Vaselkiv Kathy Vaselkiv Ride/365 allows me to bring together two things I love - bicycling and World Relief. I look forward participating in this ride again after being part of the inaugural expedition last fall
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Betsy Goodman Betsy Goodman I was really just going to be a support person for this ride as I was last year, however I was encouraged to participate and ride. I have always felt great esteem for World Relief and its efforts around the world to serve the poor and help people rise up from dire circumstances.
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Maria Wetherington Maria Wetherington When something nags and pulls at the core of your soul without ceasing for an entire year, you must eventually yield.  A year ago I so wanted to ride the 365 in 5 with the awesome women that I traveled to Cambodia with but my plate was full and I told myself, " another time Maria, another time.
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