Bike to Work Week May 12-16

May 16, 2014

in Local

Bike2WorkSedalia Mayor Steve Galliher signed a proclamation on Thursday recognizing, National Bike Month, Bicycle Safety Month and Bike to Work Week, which was May 12-16. Standing behind the Mayor from left are Megan Webb, University of Missouri Extension Nutrition and Health Education specialist; and Stephanie Fraley, Community Outreach coordinator for Bothwell Regional Health Center.

For those who want to take the “bike-ability” survey, click here.

Bike to Work Day was Friday, May 16. Photo above by Randy Kirby, Sedalia Weekly Observer.

Shown below are John Nail, St. Paul’s Lutheran; Phil  Hopper of Maxion Wheels; and Joslyn Lewis at  Bothwell Medical Equipment Services receiving a prize for participating in Healthy U’s Bike to Work Day; Sarah Siegel and Jennie Bell-Rodewald, Pettis County Prosecutor’s Office; Dr. Doug Kiburz; Medical Center – co-chairs of the Healthy Living Action Group heading out on prize patrol; Sarah Nail and Molly Meyer; Sedalia Middle School staff; Dan Bridges, Center for Human Services; Sedalia Middle School. Photos below submitted by Megan Webb and Stephanie Fraley.

John Nail, Saint Paul's Lutheran SchoolPhil Hopper, Maxion WheelsJoslynLewisSarah SiegelB2W Early childhood IMG_3509 IMG_3510 PCECC.Bike2Work.0516Dr. KiburzJoslyn Lewis 2DanBridgesNailMeyerSarah Nail & Molly Meyer 2Sedalia Middle School

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