Thanks Different Spokes!!

On Saturday, Team Different Spokes San Francisco held the Second Annual team fundraising party at Michael Schmucki’s house to eat, drink, and talk about the upcoming AIDS LifeCycle.

We had a wonderful turnout and we raised a ton of money.

San Francisco AIDS Foundation volunteer Rachel Frazier spoke about the ride, the organization and the pending legislation affecting the Ryan White Act and $19 million in funding the state will lose.

Different Spokes members and guests pledged $6,225.00!
We want to thank everyone who came to the party and made a contribution.

For those who could not make it but would like to lend their support, please visit AIDS/Lifecycle.org Team 120 . Every dollar goes to support the programs and services of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, and is tax deductible.

We held the raffle for those who donated and the winners are:
iPod 1GB white nano – Wly
iPod 1GB black nano – Jeffrey
One night stay, John Muir Inn – Greg
One night stay, John Muir Inn – Katrina
Professional Bike Fit, Revolutions in Fitness – Patrick
ALC tote bag – Stephanie
Knit hat with a bicycle motive – Les
Gold Gym mystery gift – Mindy

Team 120

The Different Spokes Team San Francisco members include: Alan Williams, Anne Zeller, Bart Narter (not pictured), Bill Bir, Chris Contos, Chris LaRussell, Dave Glidden (not pictured), David Fales, David Gaus, Jeff Pekrul, Joseph Collins, Kevin McKinney (not pictured), Kim Walsh (not pictured), Liz Andrews, Michael Schmucki, Roger Chapman, Scott Steffens and Tom Brock.

For those interested in learning more about the ride, Logo is currently broadcasting the documentary filmed last year during the event The Ride: Seven Days to End AIDS , the first episode aired last Monday.

One thought on “Thanks Different Spokes!!

  1. i was looking at your site and ran across a pic of my dad, david Fales
    He was on his dream ride of national parks he had a fatal accident on july 5th, he was going down a hill in flagstaff arizona, he hit gravel and died instantly.
    he will be missed
    how nice to see his picture, at such a hard time.
    thank you
    patty, davids daughter

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