3 states, 3 weeks, 1 cause
PRESS RELEASE: APRIL 21, 2014
Mallory Ross is pedaling more than 1,000 miles to raise funds for a cause important to her.
Originally from Woodward, Okla., this graduate of Oklahoma State University has been working the past year for The Wesley Foundation at OSU, a United Methodist campus ministry in Stillwater, Okla. During the year she has encountered a wide range of young adults and learned about their experiences and hopes, and she believes those need to be shared with the world.
On April 21, Mallory bicycled out of Stillwater, setting out on an adventure to share those stories and the story of Christian ministry at OSU with as many people as she can in northern Oklahoma, southern Kansas, and the Texas Panhandle. Her round-trip route returns her to Stillwater on May 16.
During her three-week trip, Mallory will be traveling through your city. We hope that you will consider sharing in her commitment, encouraging her progress on the road and her purpose for riding. Look for her on the road!
Mallory’s ride highlights the IMAGINE Campaign of The Wesley Foundation at OSU. This effort is specifically related to raising $6 million to develop a new facility for student ministry in Stillwater.