Richmond - Walk with us to support safer streets

Cycling and Pedestrian Awareness Walk 
Thursday, September 17th; 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Richmond, VA

WALK WITH US TO SUPPORT SAFER STREETS!      
Join our walk and help emphasize the importance for creating walk-able and bike-able communities where safe roadway sharing is standard. This is a rain or shine event and will include sights such as Kawanza Plaza, Brown's Island, Richmond's Canal Walk, and State Capital grounds. 

Walkers should meet outside of the Capital Place Building located at 1108 East Main Street, across from the Bank of America building. There will be great give-aways, good company - including staff from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and BikeWalk Virginia, good exercise, and a good cause! Cue sheet and freebies provided at the start!   
 
Please RSVP to Jbarton@cbf.org

Hope to see you there!
 

Kim Ethridge

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