Gig Harbor resident Ellen Betit, fifth from left in the top row, served as team captain at the Gig Harbor Cares rest stop Saturday for Obliteride riders at Skansie Park when they stopped for some food, water and a bathroom break.
Gig Harbor resident Ellen Betit, fifth from left in the top row, served as team captain at the Gig Harbor Cares rest stop Saturday for Obliteride riders at Skansie Park when they stopped for some food, water and a bathroom break. Courtesy
Gig Harbor resident Ellen Betit, fifth from left in the top row, served as team captain at the Gig Harbor Cares rest stop Saturday for Obliteride riders at Skansie Park when they stopped for some food, water and a bathroom break. Courtesy

Passion, energy emanate from Obliteride rest stop in Gig Harbor

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