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Posted on Oct. 8, 2014 by Dale Johnson, "Meals on Two Wheels" Volunteer Program Coordinator
After spending much of 2012 helping organize and then leading a 60 day bicycle ride across the United States to raise money and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis, I returned to Baltimore to start researching and looking for a new volunteer opportunity. In my mind, Meals on Wheels always seemed to have a stellar reputation. While browsing their web site, I saw a tiny blurb about a program called “Meals on Two Wheels”, where meals were delivered by bike. It was an environmentally friendly alternative to their standard deliveries and was a healthy way to delivery nutritious meals. Wow! Helping my favorite people (seniors) and riding my bike. What could be a better?
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