Bellville ‘Safe Routes to School’ hosts bike rodeo


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Children enjoyed activities, including an obstacle course, while learning valuable bike safety tips. Prizes, including bike helmets, were awarded.

Courtesy photo Children enjoyed activities, including an obstacle course, while learning valuable bike safety tips. Prizes, including bike helmets, were awarded.


Courtesy photo Bellville Police Chief Ron Willey, Bellville Elementary School Principal Steve Bloir, and volunteers from the criminal justice classes at the Knox County Career Center and the SRTS team helped youngsters maneuver their bikes and “trikes” through the obstacle course for a fun learning experience.


Bellville Safe Routes to School, SRTS, hosted a bike rodeo at Bellville Elementary school Hines Avenue building on May 7 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Children enjoyed activities, including an obstacle course, while learning valuable bike safety tips. Prizes, including bike helmets, were awarded.

Bellville Police Chief Ron Willey, Bellville Elementary School Principal Steve Bloir, and volunteers from the criminal justice classes at the Knox County Career Center and the SRTS team helped youngsters maneuver their bikes and “trikes” through the obstacle course for a fun learning experience.

Members of Directions Credit Union were on hand to assist and pass out child ID kits they provided.

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Children enjoyed activities, including an obstacle course, while learning valuable bike safety tips. Prizes, including bike helmets, were awarded.

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Children enjoyed activities, including an obstacle course, while learning valuable bike safety tips. Prizes, including bike helmets, were awarded.

Courtesy photo

Bellville Police Chief Ron Willey, Bellville Elementary School Principal Steve Bloir, and volunteers from the criminal justice classes at the Knox County Career Center and the SRTS team helped youngsters maneuver their bikes and “trikes” through the obstacle course for a fun learning experience.

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Bellville Police Chief Ron Willey, Bellville Elementary School Principal Steve Bloir, and volunteers from the criminal justice classes at the Knox County Career Center and the SRTS team helped youngsters maneuver their bikes and “trikes” through the obstacle course for a fun learning experience.