BY BRIANNA TIEDEMAN
Cancer does not have a face until it becomes yours or a familiar one.
This summer, Salisbury University senior Neal Angleberger will positively share the faces of cancer survivors, lost souls, and impacted family members, all affected by a growing disease.
Student summers are often spent driving a cash flow or soaking up the sun at the beach, but Angleberger’s sun will come from biking 4,000 miles across the country.
The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults will host Angleberger and his team of 23 riders, just as they have for 14 years prior. The summer of 2016 marks the 15th anniversary of the 4K for Cancer ride, all proceeds and efforts forwarded to young adults fighting cancer in any capacity.
“We are riding for any young adults impacted by cancer, whether they had it, a family member did, or a friend,” Angleberger said.
Angleberger departs from the Inner Harbor of Baltimore, MD on June 5. San Diego, CA will greet him and his “Fam Diego” group chat members on August 13, 70 days and approximately 4,200 miles later. [Read more…]