Join Camp Galil in our GalGalil ("galgal" means wheel in Hebrew) bike ride to Visitor's Day! We have some wonderful families that have participated in this ride before who will help to lead us as we raise money for the Camp Galil Scholarship Fund!
In 2012, there will be two rides. Both will leave from and arrive at Galil. Riders can choose either:
(1) Parts 1 and 2: 30 miles
(2) Part 2: 10 miles
The schedule for GalGalil 2012 on Sunday, July 15th is:
8:00 Meet at camp, pump tires and hydrate
8:15 Ride 1 departs
10:45 Arrive Galil, hydrate, welcome Part 2 riders
11:00 Ride 2 begins
12:00 Arrive at Galil!
Registration is available below. Sign up today! Questions? Contact our GalGalil 2012 Co-Chairs Emily at email@example.com and Ben at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are asking that our riders donate $1 per mile they ride. Anyone who rides the full 36 miles or raises over $50 will receive a complimentary GalGalil t-shirt. Otherwise they can be purchased for $10. You can use this pledge sheet to ask for sponsorships from your friends and family. The rider who raises the most money to help send kids to our life-changing summer camp will win a prize!
Relatives, alumni, and friends of Galil are all welcome to join. There are two ride options for bikers of all skill levels: 25 miles and 12 miles.
In 2011, we had 19 riders who raised over $1,000 together! We look forward to continuing this tradition for many more years. Want to be a leader for GalGalil 2012? Contact Ilana today.
Donations to Galil are tax-deductible. Give to Galil's Scholarship Fund today.
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