Prostate Cancer Seems to Touch Everyone
I rolled into Pierre at 1:30 pm and drove straight to the state capitol building. My Zumo 660 got a bit confused in the Black Hills, but it was right on the money getting me to the state capitol.
It’s really hot and humid in Pierre at this time of year, but no one seemed to mind one very drippy guy in motorcycle leathers seeking out the governor’s office. There was a sign, however, telling everyone that no firearms are allowed in the building.
I finally located Cleo, an assistant to the Lieutenant Governor, who escorted me to the Governor’s office, where I presented the commemorative ride to the governor’s assisant, Beverly.
Cleo had read about the ride in the Rapid City newspaper. It’s great that the word is getting out about the ride and its message. And it turns out the Cleo’s husband is an 11 year prostate cancer survivor.
How You Can Help
If you are along the ride route, forward this blog site to your local TV station and suggest they give it some coverage. September is prostate cancer awareness month and it’s just around the corner.