Tour de Cure

Kathy Rogers, American Diabetes Association Maryland Area executive director, greets Brock King, Ferguson Enterprise sales manager, and his daughter, Riley King, 6, ADA Tour de Cure Youth Ambassador. (March 13, 2013)<br><br> The American Diabetes Association's Maryland Area kicked off its Tour de Cure season with a party at Blue Hill Tavern. Some bicycle riding team members and ADA supporters enjoyed cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, and lots of conversation about the Tour's series of bike rides around the state, which starts with a Maryland Horse Country ride that starts in Cooksville, May 4th.

( Sloane Brown, for The Baltimore Sun / March 21, 2013 )

Kathy Rogers, American Diabetes Association Maryland Area executive director, greets Brock King, Ferguson Enterprise sales manager, and his daughter, Riley King, 6, ADA Tour de Cure Youth Ambassador. (March 13, 2013)

The American Diabetes Association's Maryland Area kicked off its Tour de Cure season with a party at Blue Hill Tavern. Some bicycle riding team members and ADA supporters enjoyed cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, and lots of conversation about the Tour's series of bike rides around the state, which starts with a Maryland Horse Country ride that starts in Cooksville, May 4th.

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