The Della Penna Pediatric Center of Doylestown Hospital is proud to support Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation and the fight against childhood cancer.
Join riders from Doylestown Hospital in the annual Lemon Ride this Sunday, July 20 at Central Bucks High School West in Doylestown.
The Lemon Ride
Offering four different course lengths for cyclists of all ages and ability levels, The Lemon Ride is a ride, not a race. Courses include a 4-mile Family Fun Ride, a 12 mile ride, a 35 mile ride and a Metric Century (63 miles). All routes start and finish at Central Bucks High School West.
This fun, family event features:
- Children’s activities
- A lemonade stand (of course!)
Lunch, snacks and a Lemon Ride water bottle is provided for registered riders, as well as SAG (support and gear) support and rest stops throughout the ride.
Stay Healthy on Ride Day
Whether you are planning to ride, watch or participate in activities, you can feel great on ride day by:
- Drinking lots of water to stay hydrated
- Wearing sunscreen and protective gear (sunglasses, hat, etc.)
- Always wear a bike helmet when riding
About Pediatric Care at Doylestown Hospital
When children come to Doylestown Hospital for treatment, it is usually for a routine outpatient procedure or an acute visit to the emergency department. But, sometimes kids have more advanced needs that require overnight observation and treatment. We are pleased to announce that coming late summer, our expert inpatient care will be extended to all ages – including infants, children and adolescents – in the new Carol and Louis Della Penna Pediatric Center of Doylestown Hospital
Participate In The Lemon Ride
Date: Sunday, July 20, 2014
Registration Time: 7:00 a.m.
Start Time: 7:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. (varied by course)
Where: Central Bucks High School West
375 W Court Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
Learn more about The Lemon Ride
or pediatric care services
available at Doylestown Hospital.
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