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BikeHouston's Moonlight Ramble to Roll Through East End Houston

BikeHouston's Moonlight Ramble to Roll Through East End Houston

For over 40 years the Moonlight Ramble has served as a charitable bike ride to raise awareness and funds for bicycle advocacy and education programs in the Houston area. Since 2004, BikeHouston has organized and hosted this fun, family-friendly event.

Besides being BikeHouston’s largest fundraiser, the Moonlight Ramble is geared to be a fun, night-time bicycle ride where riders of all skill levels are welcome to join. Scheduled for October 24, 2015, they encourage riders to dress up in Halloween costumes and have a great time. The ride includes both an 8 and a 20 mile route as well as rest stops, entertainment, giveaways, a commemorative t-shirt, a raffle, various contests including best costume, best bike lights, and top fundraisers, etc.

The ride start location is located at Chenevert and Polk, near the George R. Brown Convention Center.

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We look forward to seeing you at this year’s Ramble!

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Valero Energy Foundation Announces Gift to Renovate Playground in Manchester's Hartman Park

Valero Energy Foundation Announces Gift to Renovate Playground in Manchester's Hartman Park

The City of Houston recently announced that the Valero Energy Foundation has committed over $600,000 in grants and in-kind services to be a founding member of the 50/50 Park Partners initiative, a public-private partnership of the Office of the Mayor, Houston Parks and Recreation Department (HPARD), Houston Parks Board, and the Greater Houston Partnership. Hartman Park, which serves the Manchester community in Houston’s East End, is a key community gathering place. Valero, as part of an ongoing assessment of needs in the area, has been working with the City to develop a plan to completely replace park equipment, and add additional trees to the park. In addition to the financial support, Valero is also committing to additional park improvements through volunteer resources and in-kind support.

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