Annual Bike Drive A Success

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Annual Bike Drive A Success

In early May, Mr. Detrick’s Chess Club helped package bikes he collected throughout the year for Pedals for Progress. “We had our most successful drive to date with 145 bikes, 58 sewing machines and $2126 to help shipping costs to Albania,” he said. “We really have some absolutely amazing students. They worked hard for nearly four hours to process all those bikes which included taking off all the pedals, lowering the seat and turning down the handle bars. It was a great day with so many activities going on at the high school.”

In early May, Mr. Detrick’s Chess Club helped package bikes he collected throughout the year for Pedals for Progress. “We had our most successful drive to date with 145 bikes, 58 sewing machines and $2126 to help shipping costs to Albania,” he said. “We really have some absolutely amazing students. They worked hard for nearly four hours to process all those bikes which included taking off all the pedals, lowering the seat and turning down the handle bars. It was a great day with so many activities going on at the high school.”

In early May, Mr. Detrick’s Chess Club helped package bikes he collected throughout the year for Pedals for Progress. “We had our most successful drive to date with 145 bikes, 58 sewing machines and $2126 to help shipping costs to Albania,” he said. “We really have some absolutely amazing students. They worked hard for nearly four hours to process all those bikes which included taking off all the pedals, lowering the seat and turning down the handle bars. It was a great day with so many activities going on at the high school.”

In early May, Mr. Detrick’s Chess Club helped package bikes he collected throughout the year for Pedals for Progress. “We had our most successful drive to date with 145 bikes, 58 sewing machines and $2126 to help shipping costs to Albania,” he said. “We really have some absolutely amazing students. They worked hard for nearly four hours to process all those bikes which included taking off all the pedals, lowering the seat and turning down the handle bars. It was a great day with so many activities going on at the high school.”

Elisha Stenger, Staff Reporter

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