The Sienna Scoop Cruisers Ride to Fight Kid’s Cancer

Zachary, Jeremy, Kaitlyn and Joanne Jurica.

A group of Fort Bend residents are participating in the Great Cycle Challenge USA this June to benefit Children’s Cancer Research Fund. The team, called The Sienna Scoop Cruisers, will ride on a bicycle or a stationary bike to improve health and help fund childhood cancer research during the third annual Great Cycle Challenge USA.

Team members include Zachary, Jeremy, Kaitlyn and Joanne Jurica, Jerry Parr, Pat and Jane Smith, Deon, Claudia, Bayleigh and Bradley Minor, Brooke Dedmon and Sandra Eastham. The Sienna Scoop’s goal is to have the community come together to form a big team and fundraise for children battling cancer. This challenge is great for the entire family!

Great Cycle Challenge USA encourages riders to set their own personal cycling goals and raise funds by recruiting family and friends to pledge donations. During the past two years, nearly 40,000 riders pedaled 3 million miles, raising more than $4.7 million to fund childhood cancer research. Last year’s event provided grants to 10 children’s oncology group sites. This year’s goal is for 30,000 riders to raise $4 million.

Register for the month-long cycling fundraiser and join their team at

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