BLOOMFIELD, NJ - Bloomfield High 1997 graduate Mac-Adley Hyppolite Jr.will bike from New Jersey to Florida in May to raise funds for Children's Hospital. An avid bike rider for the past four years, Hyppolite is preparing for the road trip by riding 40 to 60 miles a daily. He rides and considers himself the “average guy,” who can ride. “If I can ride my bike, then anyone can,” he said. However, the bike ride he is currently gearing for up is to benefit the Children’s Hospital in New Jersey.
In November 2013, Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych was ousted and protesters gathered at the Maidan in Kyiv, Ukraine. Tradition is important to Ukrainians, and St. Thomas Sunday is celebrated annually by Ukrainian Christians remembering the dearly departed, one week after Easter. Gifts of food, pysanky, decorative and colorful eggs; paska, Ukrainian bread; and baskets are blessed by the priests and left as tokens at the grave sites.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Bloomfield's Mac-Adley Hyppolite Jr. ('Mac') presented a check for $2500 to Children's Specialized Hospital in New Brunswick today. 'Mac' will be riding from New Jersey to Florida in May to raise additional funds for childrens' hospitals. It is 'truly an honor to take a tour of the Children's Specialized Hospital with my brother Kieran and Nicole. said Mac. "Heartwarming experience to see how well the money is being used to bring more comfort to the children and their families.
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