As 2017 comes to a close, we’ve been reflecting on Bike & Stride events and what an amazing year it has been! We sincerely thank all of the communities and organizations that welcomed us! And a special thanks to our local law enforcement, school districts, and non-profit organizations that partnered with us to make Bike & Stride successful. We look forward to finding new and innovative ways to continue this program into 2018 and additional opportunities to extend our outreach to Tulare County communities we haven’t yet reached. Stay tuned!
December 4, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Brideget Moore, BMMoore@nulltularecog.org , (559) 623-0450
Walk and Roll Air Quality Art Contest Winners to be honored at December TCAG Board Meeting
The Walk and Roll Air Quality Art Contest was held for area students to send in their creative ideas for how to keep our region’s air clean. The contest was held from September to November 10th and coincided with National Walk and Roll Day on October 4th of this year.
The contest aims to get children and youth thinking creatively about ways to improve air quality by making clean transportation choices and awards the chosen winners with a brand new bike and helmet to take home. TCAG received many great and creative ideas about how we can improve air quality from our region’s students. There were five winners chosen for their art and are listed below.
Madeline Corso – Kindergarten, George McCann Memorial Catholic School – Visalia
Sawyer Sowers – Grade 4, Hurley Elementary – Visalia
Juan Torres – Grade 8, Washington Intermediate School – Dinuba
Jenna Agredano – Grade 10, Redwood High School – Visalia
Antonia Bonilla – Grade 12, Tulare Union High School- Tulare
The winners will be honored during a ceremony and luncheon on December 11th at the Tulare County Agriculture Auditorium, 4437 S. Laspina St. Tulare, CA 93274 during the TCAG Board meeting beginning at 11 A.M.
A Special thanks to the following Sponsors who generously donated to make this art contest possible:
Local Bike Shop: Cyclery X-Press- Visalia
Planning Firms: Nelson Nygaard, VRPA Technologies, Inc., and Eisen/Letunic
The final Long Range Transit Plan was approved in September 2017.
Destination 2040, the Tulare County Long Range Transit Plan (LRTP), is the first countywide long-range transit planning effort. The LRTP provides a roadmap for implementing local and regional transit improvements and innovations across Tulare County. The overarching purpose of the LRTP is to improve regional mobility, connectivity, and coordination…
How can we help keep our air clean? Walking, Biking, Skateboarding? Draw your ideas! Enter into our art contest, 5 winners get a bike!
For Grades K-12. Please use an 8 1/2 by 11 sheet to create your poster. Please put name, grade, school, and phone number on the back of your art. Winners will be awarded a bike at our December board meeting. Submit entries to your local library or 210 N. Church St., Suite B, Visalia, CA 93291. Contact Brideget Moore or Philip Shabanov @ 559-623-0450 with questions. Please put a helmet on any riders on your art submission.
Remember, it’s SUPER COOL to WALK AND ROLL to school!