Tour de Rock rides through Lake Cowichan Tuesday

Tour rolling into town

The 2014 Tour de Rock will be coming to Lake Cowichan on Tuesday, Sept. 30.

The 2014 Tour de Rock will be coming to Lake Cowichan on Tuesday, Sept. 30. Scheduled to arrive at 11:17 a.m., the riders will make their way to Lake Cowichan School where they will stop for lunch and will meet the public. The group will then head over to Palsson School around noon where they will take part in a school event in the gymnasium. The public is encouraged to attend these events and show their support for the riders.

The Tour de Rock riders will be heading back to Duncan around 12:15 p.m.

More than 100 police officers and emergency services personnel are participating in this year’s tour to raise awareness and money for paediatric cancer research.

The Cops for Cancer campaign runs through September and into October, with money raised going to fund leading edge cancer research and support programs operated by the Canadian Cancer Society like Camp Goodtimes. Find the tour and donate online at Copsforcancerbc.ca or at Facebook.com/CopsforCancerBC.

 

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