Seattle needs stable, dedicated funding for the city’s beloved neighborhood parks, ballfields and community centers. Proposition 1 on the August primary ballot will provide that support, and Washington Bikes board of directors has voted to support it.
There’s a resurgence of bike advocacy happening in Yakima. If you live in the region, get involved!
Lewis Clark Bicycling AllianceThey started out as a group providing input on Lewiston, ID bicycle master plan in 2013. Today they function as a citizen advisory committee to the Lewis-Clark Valley MPO.Bikes are Blooming in WenatcheeED Barb Chamberlain spent several days in Wenatchee in July and was pleased to see bicycling blooming and booming in the region.
Due to some scheduling conflicts, we have changed the date of our annual auction and gala to November 8. Please revise your calendars accordingly! This year’s theme is Create Adventure and we are seeking donations and table captains. You can submit your donation online or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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