SEPTA is offering its annual Bike Clinic on June 3

SEPTA Offers Bike Clinic on June 3

SEPTA is offering its annual Bike Clinic on June 3

May 16, 2018

Are you a parent with a son or daughter who is having difficulty transitioning from a bike with training wheels to one without them? If so, the three-hour SEPTA bike clinic on Sunday, June 3 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at J. Taylor Finley Middle School is for you.

Are you a parent with a son or daughter who is having difficulty transitioning from a bike with training wheels to one without them? If so, the three-hour SEPTA bike clinic on Sunday, June 3 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at J. Taylor Finley Middle School is for you.

SEPTA, the Huntington School District’s Special Education Parent Teacher Assn., received support for the program from K.I.D.S. (Kids In Developmental Sports) Plus, Inc.

Participants should bring their own bike and bike helmet, along with knee and elbow pads. Training wheels should be removed from the bike prior to the clinic. Parents and guardians are required to stay during the entire program. In the case of rain, the program will be offered on Saturday, June 10.

SEPTA is looking for additional volunteers to help on the day of the clinic. The workshop is open to children of all ages. Registration is required. A donation of $5 is requested. Checks should be made payable to Huntington SEPTA. Send a message to [email protected] for more information.

To download the registration flyer, log onto the Huntington School District’s website at www.joshuacarnes.info, click Menu (top left) and then under Resources click on Special Education. Scroll down to Events to access the flyer.

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