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Arcadia attorneys ride for arthritis

John Morris and Shinju Morris of Arcadia firm Morris & Morris, a Law Corporation, 150 N. Santa Anita Ave., are participating for the second year in the 15th annual Arthritis Foundation California Coast Classic 525-mile bicycle ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles from September 26 through October 3, 2015.

John and Shinju Morris

In addition to raising awareness about arthritis, the funds raised by the cyclists will help the Arthritis Foundation, Pacific Region, support research and community-based education programs for men, women and children affected by arthritis. Although some of the riders are athletes, others just started training to support the cause. Many of the riders suffer from arthritis, which is the most common cause of disability for people in the United States, affecting more than 50 million people, including 300,000 children.

Shinju shared the following…

Alarming Facts about Arthritis:

  1. Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the U. S. affecting one in five people

  2. The more than 100 forms of arthritis and rheumatic conditions cost our nation’s economy 128 billion dollars annually

  3. Nearly 300,000 children under the age of 17 are affected by juvenile arthritis

  4. More children suffer from the devastating effects of Arthritis than Juvenile Diabetes, Cystic Fibrosis, Cerebral Palsy and Muscular Dystrophy combined.

John and Shinju riding California Coast Classic in 2014

Your tax-deductible contribution to the registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit Arthritis Foundation can be made in any amount online on their donation pages at the California Coast Classic website by clicking on their names below, or you may call them at (626) 294-0880 for more information.

Click here to contribute and sponsor John Morris.

Click here to contribute and sponsor Shinju Morris.

You may also click to see the Morris & Morris community involvement page on their website that also includes a diary of their first CCC experience in 2014, which they e-mailed daily to each of their supporters throughout the ride.

— By Scott Hettrick

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