Cody's 'Coast to the Future Bike Tour' benefits a local community mentoring program

(Cody, Wyo.) - Bright Futures Mentoring is a local non-profit that provides a unique program for Cody kids age K-18. Each month they touch over 250 lives in a variety of programs which include one-on-one mentoring adult to child, High School mentors mentoring elementary students, Self-esteem events for 5th and 6th grade boys and girls that teach healthy relationships, and being part of community. "We believe in showing by example of how youth can pay it forward," said Jerry Hager of Cody, who serves on the Bright Futures Mentoring Board. "We have 7th and 8th grade girls returning to help with self-esteem events." She added, "All mentors are Cody volunteers. [image: Untitled design (19).png] Coming up in July, Cody will host the 6th Annual Coast to the Future Bike Tour to benefit Cody’s Bright Futures Mentoring Program. The full riding route – totaling about 60 miles – will be out the lower South Fork Highway to the Twin Creek Trailhead. But riders can choose to go just as far – or short- a distance on the ride as they wish. Riders of all skill levels are encouraged to try out the route and enjoy the community aspect of the ride. The cost of the ride is $75 for each rider. Because of the generous donations of the ride’s community sponsors, which covered the cost of the ride, all of the registration dollars from every participant will go straight into Cody’s Bright Future’s Mentoring Program. [image: d46d8ba6-d17b-4b53-a1d8-c4f7aed588fa.jpg] Below are the details of the Coast to the Future Bike Ride Fundraiser: - *Who:* Bikers of All Ages (must be 10 years or older) - *When: *July 30, 2016 - *Where:* Starting at Boot and Bottle Club - 69 Southfork Road in Cody - *Why:* Raise money to support BFM programs - *Cost: *$75.00 (minimum registration fee) - *Bonus:* SAG stations, Mechanical Assistance, A delicious post ride meal, t-shirt and MORE! Bright Futures Mentoring will use the funds from the Coast to the Future to go toward their community mentors’ training, to support the organization’s small staff who run the program, to fund fun activities for the mentors and children, to develop and enhance existing and new programs (like their “self esteem” focus mentoring for middle schoolers) and more. To register, visit the Bright Futures Mentoring website to download the registration form or call Jerry Hager at 307-272-4059. [image: 3ffaa23f-ad40-40f0-9892-0ab8aae39cd6.jpg] [image: 6f913a7b-5e77-49ae-8f6c-7cfe40dbaf0d.jpg] [image: be620dfc-4c72-47ab-8eb3-bea628b57417.jpg] #sponsored #reboot #news #whatshappening