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A group of young men riding 4,210 miles from Seattle to Washington, D.C. made a stop in Butte Tuesday. They arrived at the Butte Family YMCA around noon, after leaving Philipsburg early Tuesday morning.
A group of fraternity brothers spend their summer cycling across the country to raise money and awareness for people with disabilities.
fraternity members are on a journey of hope. They pedaled their bikes into town to spread a message of acceptance. When members of Pi Kappa Phi rode into town to meet with children, there was a lot of cheering. Cyclist Ernesto Rodriguez says the interaction with kids is amazing.
A generation of college-aged bicyclists have not only seen the historical and cultural thread of the United States from the seat of their two-wheel mode of transportation but they also feel satisfied in knowing that they are making a difference with those less fortunate than them.
When strong, gifted folks take the time to help those who are differently-abled, few things in life are more beautiful. It's the same when young, promising members of one of the finest and most academically oriented fraternities in the country spend their summer bicycling across the entire span U.S.A. in order to raise money and, "to spread a message of acceptance and understanding for people with disabilities" as the website for The Ability Experiences' Journey of Hope puts it. It's hard not be impressed by such generosity.