Time Station 50: Rouzerville, Pennsylania is for Chloe

Len and the crew's first stop in Pennsylvania is Rouzerville. We thank Crown Castle for their support. At TS50, Len has 131 miles to go. Here, he is riding for 8 year-old Chloe from Luray, Virginia. Her mother Katie shares this story with us:

"On August 4th 2014 my life changed forever. This was the day my husband and I had to accept that our daughter had cancer. My world was shattered. Nothing made sense that day, and the only thing we did know was that Chloe would beat Leukemia and grow up to be an amazing woman with a remarkable story to tell.

Every day, Chloe’s bravery and determination impressed me more and more. Chloe was always smiling, dancing, making people laugh. Her spirit, sass, and spunk is beyond a blessing to see day in and day out. On Monday December 19th, 2016 Chloe took her last dose of oral chemo. Chloe completed 867 days in treatment. Throughout Chloe's treatment she was able to stay connected to her family and friends through Hopecam. Hopecam provided a tablet for Chloe to Skype with her classmates at school and family that were unable to visit her at the hospital. Chloe even Skyped with her cousin at Christmas so they could write their Santa letters together. Hopecam was able to keep Chloe connected to her loved ones and helped take her mind off the chemo."

About Rouzerville
Rouzerville is located in southeastern Franklin County, PA right on the Mason/Dixon Line border with Maryland. According to the population census of 2010, the town has a population of 917 with 497 females (54.2% of the total population) compared to 420 men (45.8% of total population). The estimated median household income is $51,238, which is below the Pennsylvania average of $55,702. The median age is 43.6, which is slightly above state average age of 40.7. The population density is 1,406 people per square mile. The unemployment percentage is below states average at 4.6% with the state average being 4.9%. The town is known for its quaint antique shops and small restaurants which are frequented by visitors traveling through on their way to the Gettysburg National Battlefield.

About Crown Castle
Crown Castle provides wireless carriers with the infrastructure they need to keep people connected and businesses running. With approximately 40,000 towers and 26,500 route miles of fiber supporting small cells, Crown Castle is the nation's largest provider of shared wireless infrastructure with a significant presence in the top 100 US markets. http://www.crowncastle.com/