Volunteers, support make bike rodeo go

Kaleidoscope School is incredibly fortunate to have so much community support making the Bike Rodeo memorable, as well as educational. The students learned about bike safety from Kenai Police Officer Alex Prins, had helmets checked or purchased from Nurse Jane Fellman with Safe Kids, and enjoyed riding bikes on the course. This event could not have been possible without volunteers. Special thanks go out to the following terrific contributors: Officer Alex Prins, Nurse Jane Fellman, Moose Lodge Governor Bob Roach and his volunteers who brought the barbecue and cooked for all the students and staff, Peterkin Distributors, Regal Foods and Grant Air who provided the hot dogs and buns and Steve's Chevron who provided the propane. Jodene McAuliffe from Coffee Roasters nourished the volunteers with pastries, coffee and wraps.  Kaleidoscope PTA provided lunch snacks for all the students. 

Last, but not least, I would like to thank the parent volunteers: Sandy Jackson, Jessica Bookey, Michelle Olson, Lysa and Jason Diorec,  Debbie Shaginoff, Emma McMillan, Gerry and Cindy Litzenberger, Marianne Austen, Teresa Morse, Stacy Weeks, and Jennifer and Simon Willets.

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