Thousands of college students arrive in Lake Havasu City every year, taking advantage of the waves, beaches and Havasu’s hospitality.
The University Sertoma Club of Lincoln hosted the Journey of Hope cyclists of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity brothers from across the nation July 12 for a picnic dinner at Antelope Park.
The Boys & Girls Club of Northwest Colorado in Craig housed a group of 38 cyclists and crew members Thursday night en route from San Francisco to Washington, D.C., to raise funds and awareness for people with disabilities.
They’re fraternity men on a mission, which is why they’re cycling across the southern part of the country at the hottest time of the year. They’re the participants in the 2017 Journey of Hope, and they’re riding to raise awareness of and funds for people with disabilities. They made two stops in the Parker area June 24 before setting off for Wickenburg early in the morning of June 25.
They’re all members of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. The Journey of Hope is coordinated by The Ability Experience, the charitable wing of Pi Kappa Phi. Parker has been a regular stop on the Journey of Hope for several years now.
Montana is a popular destination for cyclists who want to experience the beauty of nature up close, but some of those cyclists also ride for other motivations.
They’re back. Since 2014, Western Nevada College has hosted a group of philanthropic-minded cyclists who travel across the country to help people with disabilities.