The Center for Neurological and Neurodevelopmental Health
Sandra Lewis
CNNH Outreach Coordinator
For Immediate Release:

CNNH Staff & Friends Bike 75 Miles, from City to Shore, to Raise Funds for MS

October 3, 2011 - Team CNNH, comprised of 13 CNNH staff and friends, biked 75-miles from Cherry Hill to Ocean City, NJ on Saturday, September 24th in support of a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. This is the fifth year CNNH has participated. The event was sponsored by the National MS Society and over $6,000 was raised by CNNH participants to find a cure for this chronic neurological disorder. MS symptoms may include numbness, fatigue, paralysis or loss of vision and there is currently no known cause or cure. Every hour of every day, another person receives the life-changing diagnosis of MS.


Seven thousand cyclists of all ages and cycling abilities participated in this year's event, winding through the blueberry fields of Hammonton, to the South New Jersey pine barrens and over two steep bridges into historic Ocean City. MS stops people from moving and this annual event exists to make sure it doesn't.

MS Ride 2011
Pictured on the Ocean City Boardwalk from left to right: Justin Boseck, Laura Szklarski, James Young, Jean Scornaienchi, Thomas Pfeffer, Jr., Tom Pfeffer, Sr., Mark Mintz, Pnina Mintz, Chris Nagele, Drew Nagele, Gregory Alberts, Sandra Lewis (not pictured: Kenneth Schatz).
About The Center for Neurological and Neurodevelopmental Health (CNNH)

The Center for Neurological and Neurodevelopmental Health provides evidence-based evaluations, accurate diagnoses and effective treatment plans to promote successful outcomes and improved brain-wellness for children and adults with: ADHD, Learning Disorders, Autism, Concussion and Brain Injury, Epilepsy/Seizures, Headache & Migraine and more. Expert neurological, neuropsychological, neuropsychiatric, behavioral, and social development/creative arts services, including professional development trainings, are available. 

CNNH also supports improving the lives of individuals, and their families, struggling with neurological disorders through community outreach efforts such as raising awareness, providing education, and supporting local and national campaigns. For more information on our community outreach efforts or to learn more about CNNH, please contact us at (856) 346-0005 or visit our website at


About National MS Society
The mission of The National MS Society is to mobilize people and resources to drive research for a cure and to address the challenges of everyone affected by MS. 

To learn more about the National MS Society, visit