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RICHMOND, Va - Bob Cassada, Chairman for Chesterfield/Colonial Heights Alliance for Social Ministry, visited the studio to promote the Spirit 76 Ride, a fun and family-friendly outdoor bike ride. CCHASM is a nonprofit serving the emergency needs of local residents through food pantries, emergency financial assistance, and career clothes for women. The Spirit 76 Ride kicks off September 6th at the Bethia United Methodist Church Parking Lot, located at 10700 Winterpock Road. For more information call 804-739-3459 or visit www.cchasm.org.