Ms. Fit Bridgade to host Pedal 4 People Suicide Awareness Ride

Ms. Fit Brigade, out of Olalla is hosting its first Pedal 4 People, and Suicide Prevention and Awareness fundraiser Sept. 14.

“We hope to bring a voice to all those suffering, letting them know they are not alone,” according to a statement on the event’s Facebook page.

The event will take place at the Port Gamble Heritage Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will consist of three different skill level rides. Each trail will have quotes to spread happiness and encouragement. There will also be booths with information regarding mental health, suicide prevention, and awareness along with a raffle.

There is no cost to sign up, just a recommended $25 donation. All proceeds will go to the Kitsap Community Suicide Prevention Coalition.

Riders can register at pKnLmWV.

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