Character Counts Mid Shore Six Pillars Century 2020 Blackwater Tour
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37 Mile Fun and Fitness Course
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56 Mile Eagleman Ironman 70.3 Course
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100 Mile Century Course
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Character Counts Mid-Shore, Inc.
108 Maryland Avenue, Suite 103
Easton, MD 21601





Six Pillars Century: 2020

Character Counts Mid Shore, Inc. is sponsoring the 12th annual Six Pillars Century Blackwater Tour fundraiser on Saturday, May 2, 2020.

Cycle the Scenic back roads of picturesque Blackwater Wildlife Refuge in Dorchester County, MD. Choice of three FLAT routes: 37 miles, the famous 56 mile Ironman Eagleman course, or our beautiful 100 mile century course that takes you through quaint townships along the Chesapeake Bay and back through serene woodlands. Begin your day at Great Marsh Park for a complementary al fresco breakfast on the shores of the scenic Choptank River.

Proceeds benefit Character Counts Mid Shore's (non profit 501(c)(3) organization)

Established in 1998, Character Counts Mid Shore, Inc. is a non-profit education organization that fosters positive character development through citizen-driven character enrichment programs to students in grades K-12 in Talbot, Dorchester, and Caroline Counties in Maryland. Our highly trained volunteers, called Character Coaches, reach over 8,500 children each year in 26 schools with age-appropriate lessons based on the Six Pillars of Character: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, and Citizenship. The continuous support from all of our wonderful riders enable us to continue to guide our youth on a path towards good character and positive life choices. This not only enables CCMS to provide lesson materials, resources, and ongoing training sessions for all our volunteers but also allows the Character Coaches to reach students every week during the school year. CCMS receives no funds from the Government or the schools it serves.

Join us and help support our youth programs creating tomorrow's leaders, today!

Driving Directions to Great Marsh Park (pdf)