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Optimists' round-up highlights bicycle safety

2:44 PM, May 7, 2014
Dawson Plautz, 8, of Weston, right, walks away with a new bike Saturday during the Everest Optimists annual Bike Rodeo at the Everest Metro Police Department.
Dawson Plautz, 8, of Weston, right, walks away with a new bike Saturday during the Everest Optimists annual Bike Rodeo at the Everest Metro Police Department.
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Everest Area Optimists Club held its annual Bike Rodeo on Saturday, May 3, at the Everest Metro Police Department.

Children through age 13 were invited to ride their bikes through a course. Trophies were awarded in seven age categories, and door prizes were given away, including six bicycles.

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