PEMBROKE, MA–Acella Construction Corporation announced its 17th year participating in the recent Rodman Ride for Kids.
Team Acella was among the dozens of teams from throughout the region to participate in the 29th annual Rodman Ride for Kids, which since its inception has raised more than $143 million to support at-risk youth.
Acella Construction team has a long-held tradition of participation in the event, this year celebrating 17 years of ridership and raising nearly $20,000. Over the course of 17 years participating, Acella has raised more than $100,000 for the umbrella charity that supports youth-focused social service organizations that assist at-risk children in Massachusetts. Rodman for Kids and its affiliated charities fundraise year-round, culminating with the Ride for Kids event, a 25 and 50-mile noncompetitive cycling tour, each fall.
Team Acella participants this year were: Dave Dirubbo, Scott Brash, Taylor Bousquet, David Ferreira, Deane Ferioli, Leah Fitzgerald, Josh Johnson, Ryan Klebes, Jay McGilvray and Saul Schrader.
“The Rodman Ride for Kids is an outstanding event with a remarkable mission to have every kid in our community live as we would want our own kids to live,” said Dave Dirubbo, President of Acella Construction and an event participant for 23 years. “We’re delighted to have once again been a part of it.”