50 Bikes for 50 Kids

8:30 am arrival.
The first room where everyone registered and got their t-shirt and students met their build team.
The second room was set up with 25 bike-building stations.
The first 25 students building their bikes:
Meanwhile I set up a skills course, the last step in the process.
In the afternoon, 25 more students arrived. There were two build teams from Four Seasons Westshore. My neighbors Matt & Colleen worked with a high school girl who preferred no photographs.
Ray and Lynn worked with an autistic high school boy:
The skills course had several volunteers throughout the day.


Four Seasons residents also donated $290 to 50 Bikes for 50 Kids which meant our name got onto the banner.

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