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Pan-Mass Challenge is ‘back in the saddle again,' expects to surpass $66 million fundraising goal

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

The first traditional Pan-Mass Challenge since 2019 was a “wonderfully successful weekend” even amid the brutally hot conditions as thousands of cyclists biked across the state with the goal of raising $66 million for Dana-Farber.
More than 6,300 PMC participants cycled between 25 and 211 miles in the 43rd annual bike-a-thon for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute over the weekend.
“It was a lot of sun, it was a lot of heat, it was very difficult, but people did great,” Billy Starr, PMC founder and executive director, told the Herald after he finished the ride to Provincetown. “It was a...
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