Free bike racks for businesses

Healthy Kimberley and Selkirk students team up to make healthy options easier for businesses.

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Selkirk Secondary School metal work students did great job creating stand-up bike racks for local businesses in a joint project with the City of Kimberley and Healthy Kimberley’s “Taking Care of Business” program. We have a few racks left over if you or someone you know has a business that could use one! Thank you to everyone who participated in this great project especially Mr Scott and the hardworking students! For more information contact Healthy Kimberley: healthykimberley5210@gmail.com.

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