Manalapan Hosts Teenage Cyclists on a Mission

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Five teenage bicycle riders stayed at Manalapan’s Chabad of Western Monmouth County near the start of a weeklong ride from New York to Washington to raise funds for Friendship Circle International.

The first-ever Bike 4 Friendship Teens group peddled out of Crown Heights in Brooklyn on Aug. 20, spending their first night on the road at the Manalapan Chabad.

Chana’le Wolosow, director of the Manalapan Friendship Circle, said it was an honor to host the young men who had undertaken such an arduous mission for the sake of the Chabad-run organization, which provides programming for children with special needs.

“We invited the 25 kids in our summer camp program and all the volunteers to come in a half-hour early so that they could share a breakfast with the cycle team,” she said. “The turnout was nearly unanimous.”


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