The Clemens Cycle for Cancer is an annual Miami Valley Hospital Foundation event held at Miami Valley Hospital South. The event celebrates the inspiration and memory of those who have fought, continue to fight, or have lost the courageous battle against cancer.
The Clemens Cycle for Cancer started eight years ago in memory of Richard and Nancy Clemens, a couple who lost their lives to cancer. Their children - all Northmont High School grads - began the event in Columbus before teaming up with the MVH Foundation. The proceeds from the event benefit patients via various cancer programs at Miami Valley Hospital.
Honor Your Hero.
Celebrate Your Inspiration.
Help Change Lives.
To date, nearly 10,000 local lives have been touched from funds raised through this event. This year’s proceeds will support cancer screenings and treatment for those who are uninsured or under-insured.
Visit the MVH Foundation website for updates.
For more information call (937) 208-2700.
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