Culhane Meadows Sponsors Texas Ride For Missing and Exploited Children

static1.squarespace-1On May 1, 2015, cyclists, law enforcement officers and volunteers took to the streets in Denton County, Texas for the 2nd Annual 100k (62-mile) Texas Ride for Missing Children to raise awareness and funds for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children’s Texas Regional Office.
Our co-founding partner Kelly Rittenberry Culhane served as the chairperson for the ride and Culhane Meadows PLLC was proud to serve as a corporate sponsor of this year’s event.  Riders were joined by law enforcement partners from the Texas Department of Public Safety, Denton County Sheriff’s Office and Flower Mound, Lewisville, Highland Village and Double Oak police departments. The ride began and concluded at Lifetime Fitness in Flower Mound, Texas.team

“I’m very proud to be part of this organization that gives hope to families of missing children,” says Kelly Culhane. “They play a key part in raising funds for prevention and education programs that help prevent child abduction and sexual exploitation in North Texas and beyond.”

 

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