Hub & Spoke: Next Up is Spokane

Hub & Spoke, the Bicycle Alliance’s community outreach tour, heads to the Steam Plant Grill in Spokane on June 23.  This event is part socializing and networking, and part presentation and discussion.

“As a statewide bicycle advocacy organization, we have a duty to meet with cyclists regionally in their communities,” stated Executive Director Barbara Culp.  “Hub & Spoke is the perfect outreach event for us because we build in social time with the business.”

The business part of the evening begins with a brief round of introductions, followed by a progress report from the Bicycle Alliance.  This includes a recap of how cyclists fared in the legislative session.  Ian Macek, WSDOT Bicycle-Pedestrian Coordinator, will be on hand to say a few words as well.  Then the floor is open to questions and discussion.

“We want to hear what’s on your mind,” said Culp.  “We want to hear about your bicycle successes as well as challenges you face in your community.  Maybe we can be of assistance.”

Hub & Spoke events have been popular, drawing 25 to 50 people per event.  Please RSVP to Louise McGrody by June 13 if you plan to attend.

Hub & Spoke: Spokane
Thursday, June 23 at 5:30PM
Steam Plant Grill
159 S Lincoln Street in Spokane

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