Cops for Cancer

Lorelei Jefferey is cycling more than 800 kilometres on the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley bike ride to raise money for cancer research.

Lorelei Jefferey kisses one of her three daughters, Kelly, on the forehead as other daughters, Jadyn and Jordyn, look on during a stop at Unsworth elementary on the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley bike ride on Monday.

Jefferey is one of 22 riders on the team and will be cycling more than 800 kilometres throughout the valley over nine days to raise money for cancer research.

Read the story on Lorelei Jefferey published in The Progress on Sept. 26.

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