Living Strong Livingst0N Schools show how it's done at cycle for survival.

The Livingston school community put the spin on spirit at Cycle for Survival. From the LHS cheerleaders' aerial stunts, to students’ students’ artwork posted throughout the gym, to the hundreds of community members and teens cycling to beat rare cancers, the Saturday, Feb. 4 event in Summit was powerful and inspiring. Cycle for Survival was founded by Jennifer Goodman Linn, the LHS Hall of Famer whose idea to put a positive spin on treatments 11 years ago has since raised $105 million (and counting) to help doctors find cures. The money raised goes to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to fight rare cancers. All of the donations, big and small, go a long way to helping researchers and physicians make ground-breaking discoveries, helping them better diagnose and treat patients.

Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017
Livingston students took part in the Teen Ride, raising nearly $50,000 for research on pediatric cancers.

Cycle for Survival, Equinox, Summit, New Jersey

Livingston Public Schools


Marilyn Joyce Lehren

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