Olympian joins effort to help kids get access to special care

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Olympian joins effort to help kids get access to special care

Fundraising effort goes directly to families in Southwest Colorado
Chase Shelton, front center, rode his bike across the finish line of the Courage Classic in 2017. The Sheltons are one of more than 500 families in Southwest Colorado who seek care at Children’s Hospital Colorado each year.
The Durango Derailers were led to the finish line by their ambassadors in 2017, as they raised $68,000 for a fund used by Southwest Colorado families in need of care at Children’s Hospital Colorado.
To donate

The Durango Derailers can collect funds for the 2018 Children’s Hospital Colorado Courage Classic until the end of August. Money raised goes directly to Southwest Colorado families. To donate, go to https://bit.ly/2O0Cd1j.

Olympian joins effort to help kids get access to special care

Chase Shelton, front center, rode his bike across the finish line of the Courage Classic in 2017. The Sheltons are one of more than 500 families in Southwest Colorado who seek care at Children’s Hospital Colorado each year.
The Durango Derailers were led to the finish line by their ambassadors in 2017, as they raised $68,000 for a fund used by Southwest Colorado families in need of care at Children’s Hospital Colorado.

Olympian joins effort to help kids get access to special care

Todd Wells has joined forces with the Durango Derailers to raise money for families who have children who need care at Children’s Hospital Colorado. A two-day cycling fundraiser will be held at Copper Mountain this weekend.
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