Cycling Team to Stop in Arlington on Cross Country Trek
By Office of Communication
Posted on July 05, 2012, July 05, 2012

Arlington is gearing up to welcome Team TCU and the rest of the cyclists with Push America on their Journey for Hope as they make their way across country to their final destination of Washington D.C.

The cyclists will arrive at Arlington City Hall with a police escort for a reception hosted by the Mayor"s Committee on People with Disabilities. This is the 16th consecutive year the City of Arlington has hosted a team of cyclists making the 4,000 mile cross-country trek to raise the national awareness of people with disabilities. Jeffrey Chatman of Arlington is a TCU student riding with other members of Pi Kappa Phi in support of Push America

Push America Journey for Hope Team Reception
Arlington City Hall
101 West Abram St.

Friday, July 6 - 1 P.M.

Reception hosted by Mayor"s Committee on People with Disabilities

The cyclists ride 80 miles each day, stopping to make presentations and volunteer with organizations dedicated to those with disabilities. Friday evening, the cyclists will take on the seven-time National NCAA Champion UT Arlington Movin" Mavs for the Jim Hayes Memorial Peer Challenge Exhibition Wheelchair Basketball Game.

Push America Team VS Movin" Mavs
Jim Hayes Memorial Peer Challenge Exhibition Wheelchair Basketball Game
UTA Maverick Activities Center
500 Nedderman Drive

Friday, July 6 - 7P.M.

Admission is Free

For more information on the Journey of Hope project:

Push America Team

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