‘Revving it up’ to fight cancer in Norfolk
Norfolk, Va. – The Norfolk Sheriff’s Office team was revving it up and riding for a cure over the weekend.
100 motorcyclists got on their bikes for a 70 mile motorcycle ride to help fight cancer.
Though the event was sponsored by the Sheriff’s Office Relay for Life team – police officers and firefighters also took part.
All proceeds will go to the big Relay event at Norview High School in June.
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