4 Generations of Family Members Ride Together to Support Loomis Schools

Loomis, Calif. – Loomis resident, 86-year-old Sally Tatosian, will join five family members to lead the inaugural MandaRIDE, a fundraiser for Loomis Basin Education Foundation, on Saturday, April 28 in scenic Loomis.

Tatosian will be joined by four generations of her family: daughter Taffy Maurer, 69, granddaughter Darcie Stratton, 38, and her great grandchildren Blake Stratton, 9, Cody Stratton, 7 and Dane Stratton, 3. The MandaRIDE features a variety of routes for all ages and abilities, including 12-mile and 30-mile routes, and guided family ride. Proceeds from the event will fund fina arts and technology education in Loomis schools.

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⤹ FINAL DAY TODAY! ⤸

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The MandaRIDE is the perfect opportunity for Sally, who rides her bike 12 miles every day, to celebrate her love for bicycle riding and support her great-grandchildren at the same time.

“Not only do I have a great love of cycling, but I think it is important that we each do what we can to ensure our local schools have what is needed to provide top-notch programs and education. Our children are our community’s future leaders,” Tatosian stated.

Registration is currently open for all bike routes. The 30 mile bike ride is $50 and includes a post-ride farm-to-fork lunch at the historic Loomis Train Station. The 12 mile bike ride is $25 and the guided family ride is $15. Check in for the MandaRIDE will open at 7 a.m. at the Loomis Elementary School located at 3505 Taylor Rd. in Loomis, CA and take place amongst the Sierra Nevada Foothills.

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