Go Joe 20: Final Day

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SCRANTON -- Go Joe 20 is in the books.

Joe Snedeker rolled into the St. Joseph's Festival in Lackawanna County just before 9 p.m. Saturday.

Huge crowds gathered at Marywood University to welcome Joe as he wrapped up another year of riding and raising money for St. Joseph's Center in Scranton.

Joe rode hundreds of miles this week around northeastern and central Pennsylvania.

"I started way up in Bradford County, a lot of hills through Susquehanna County, then we finished the '2' in Berwick and made the '0' through Schuylkill County, towards Carbon County and back," Snedeker said. "But the people I met there and the way they supported St. Joe's, that's what it's all about, so no complaints, no drama. It's all good."

The St. Joseph's Festival Telethon aired on WNEP and streamed live on wnep.com from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday.

The St. Joseph's Festival wraps up Sunday night at Marywood University.

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From Conyngham Saturday morning, Joe Snedeker will bike to the St. Joseph's Festival. The summer festival is held at Marywood University in a large lot behind the Mellow Center for Athletics and Wellness.

Make sure to head out and cheer Joe on for his final trek of Go Joe 20.

His final ride will launch out of Conyngham on Rt. 93, head to Rt. 239 from Wapwallopen to Mocanaqua, and then over to Rt. 11 in Shickshinny. Joe will stay on Rt. 11 through Hunlock Creek, West Nanticoke, Plymouth, Kingston, Forty-Fort, Wyoming, Exeter, and Pittston,

Joe will stay on Rt. 11 through Hunlock Creek, West Nanticoke, Plymouth, Kingston, Forty-Fort, Wyoming, Exeter, and Pittston,

Keeping on Rt. 11 north, Joe will visit Duryea, Old Forge and Taylor. The final turn along Greenridge Street takes us home to St. Joseph’s Center.

Tune into WNEP to watch the telethon Saturday night from 8 to 11 and see what all of your help added up to!

Don't forget to share your Go Joe 20 photos and videos with us using #GoJoe20 on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram!

If you would like to donate to Go Joe 20 and St. Joseph's Center, you can give Joe's crew your donation as he rides through your town or you can make a donation online.

Head here to see where his planned stops are on his route.

Your support of St. Joseph’s Center means providing much-needed programs and living services to these children and young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, many of whom are also medically fragile.

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  • Crm

    The guy is over 50 and rides 500 miles, and people are commenting about the amount of stops he makes. Does it matter if he makes 2 stops or 20? Isn’t the cause what’s important? Why even comment.

  • Spinner

    In the past Joe used to ride 100 miles a day and arrive at St. Joe’s on Friday evening. Now he rides less per day and will arrive on Saturday evening. The geezer is ageing.

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