The Pan-Massachusetts Challenge and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute celebrated 30 years of PMC history last night with the rededication of the PMC Bridge To Progress, which connects the Smith and Dana buildings at DFCI.
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(NECN: Boston) – An exciting night for the Pan Mass Challenge and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
PMC founder and executive director Billy Starr cut the ribbon to rededicate the PMC Bridge to progress.
The bridge serves as a tribute to the 30 years of support the PMC has given Dana Farber.
The annual bicycle ride has raised nearly 240-million dollars for the Jimmy Fund since 1980 – a number that will grow when this year’s total is announced in December.
The PMC Bridge was built in 1997. The rededication celebrates the PMC’s 30-year commitment to Dana Farber and the Jimmy Fund.