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Will Bike 4 Food A Big Success

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Will Bike 4 Food A Big Success

(Hatfield, MA) — Hundreds of bike riders raised 60-thousand-dollars for the Food Bank of Western Mass on Sunday. Cyclists of all ages rode 10, 25, 50 or 100 miles through the scenic Pioneer Valley. The top fundraiser was Nadine Atalia, who owns the Cafe Lucia in Lenox, Mass. Atalia rode 100 miles and raised more than two-thousand dollars for the annual event called “Will Bike 4 Food.” ┬áThe WHMP team and its donors raised More than $5,700.

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