Ride Through Madison County Funds Church Trip

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 6/15/2013 11:57 pm
      Today's weather made for a nice ride for some bikers in Madison County.

     The group left from Eastside Community Church in Richmond Saturday morning for the First Annual Prince of Peace Benefit Rally.

     They rode through Irvine to Natural Bridge but it wasn't just about taking in the sights.

     The money raised during the ride will go to fund the church's trip to Guatemala where a group of them will be working at a home for girls.

     If you want to help out the cause, you can get some dinner at Partner's Pizza in Richmond Monday.

     They'll be donating 20 percent of their profits.
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