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Lower Laurel Bike Ride Tomorrow Morning (Fri, 6/18 at 7:55am)

From: domainremoved <Jennifer>
Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2018 14:07:45 -0700

Hi City Council Members,

I wanted to let you know that a bunch of Lower Laurel families will be
meeting up tomorrow (Friday) morning to ride to school together. The MPPD
will be accompanying us and have already put out a digital sign on Coleman
alerting drivers to exercise extra caution on Coleman Ave. We greatly
appreciate their help in making this a joyous and safe ride for kids. We'll
be meeting at Seminary Oaks Park at 7:55am. More details below. Come join
us if you can!

Sincerely,
Jen











*Bike to Lower Laurel on Friday, June 8thCalling all Lower Laurel
Kindergarten, 1st Grade and 2nd Grade Families! Have you ever wanted to
give your kids the opportunity to bike or scoot to Lower Laurel, but were
concerned about their safety? Now's your chance! Does your child already
bike to school but you wish there were more families out there? I’ve got
exciting news for you! On Friday, June 8th, join me and my family, and
other Lower Laurel students and their families as we bike to school
together. We will ride in mass through our neighborhoods and show our kids
how fun biking to school can be.We’ll gather at 7:55am at Seminary Oaks
Park (at the entrance to the playground). The route will take us along
Santa Monica Avenue, down Coleman Avenue to Ringwood, ending at Lower
Laurel. Please come 5 minutes early so we can make sure helmets fit
properly.Please note that participation, your own and your children’s, is
at your own risk. Neither Laurel Elementary School nor the organizers of
this event are responsible for the supervision and/or safety of children
biking or getting to school in any way. Kids must be accompanied by an
adult. There will be no supervision for children traveling alone. Parents
must be in control of their own children at all times.In addition, children
(and parents) participating in this ride will be expected to: - Wear a
helmet- Follow all road rules for bicyling
(https://www.ots.ca.gov/pdf/BicyclePedSafetyBrochure.pdf
<https://www.ots.ca.gov/pdf/BicyclePedSafetyBrochure.pdf>)- Stay with the
group and have kids stay on the non-traffic side of the street- Stop with
the group at every stop sign (we’ll stop together and go together)- Follow
directionsNow is the time to pump air in your tires and hit the gym so that
you and your kids will be ready to join other Lower Laurel families on
Friday, June 8th. Please RSVP here
<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf8vJK56WNhvNYna493NmmTZq9S0pgdaE9YjgCPuNkC7Oh4Cg/viewform?usp=sf_link>.
See you on June 8th!Sincerely,Jen WolosinParents for Safe Routes, Founder
and Chair & Laurel Mom (Naomi, 4th grade and Jonah, 2nd
grade)jen_at_(domainremoved)
415-710-5838*


-- 
*Jen Wolosin*
Parents for Safe Routes
www.parents4saferoutes.org
jen_at_(domainremoved)415.710.5838
Received on Thu Jun 07 2018 - 14:08:34 PDT

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