A big hoorah for Meg Davis, Blanco Elementary art teacher, and Meredith Parsons, Katherine Anne Porter librarian, who have initiated teaching the benefits of bike riding in our education system. Teaching our youth about pollution protection and other environmental plusses is a huge step in Blanco's awareness and growth. Our teachers have the most significant influence on our village youth and their loving embrace of the Blue Bike Project will provide sustainability and an opportunity for our children to own this project. Our children are the seeds being planted now to create a healthier home. Thanks to Meg and Meredith and all the educators who support the Project. You make a big difference!
The Blanco Blue Bike Project received two hand woven bike baskets from Cynthia Twigs (www.cynthiatwigs.com) of Ashville, N.C. (Blue Bikes only paid the shipping of these beautiful baskets!) They will be available for rent at Real Foods. The proceeds will be used to buy bike tools which we desperately need! Thank you, Cynthia, and the one who left her business card...the big mystery.
Birthday baskets for Blanco! Happy birthday to Blanco County from the Blanco Blue Bike Project.
A correction on last week’s article: the Blue Bike website is www.blancobluebike.com (no S on bike). Sherri Stockman's host address is www.blanco-texas.com The highest ranking website in Blanco for serving non-profit activities. Thank you, Sherri, for making Blanco a healthier place for all of us.
We will be updating with Blanco County Newspaper articles soon!
Thanks to all who have made donations and continue to support The Blanco Blue Bike Project.
Do you have a location that can be used as a bike shop-youth friendly? Or comments? Send to Carrie Fellows, P.O. Box 741, Blanco, TX 78606.