Bike to Work Week isn’t until May, but preparations for it are already starting. The Bike To Work Spokane Committee will meet weekly to organize this year’s events, from 7:30-8:30 a.m. every Tuesday morning (I know- I’m late getting this out there so yes, you missed today’s meeting).

Everyone is welcome to attend. The meetings will be at Coffee Social, at 113 W. Indiana Ave. The committee is looking to fill a couple key roles still, so if you have the skills required for these jobs, they need you: PR/Publicity Chair, Fundraising Chair, Commute Challenge Picnic Chair.

Liaisons (serve as lead contact in your town and recruit local helpers to distribute posters, find an Energizer Station spot or two, and get Bicycle Benefits info packets out to businesses that may participate)are also needed for the following cities: Airway Heights, Cheney, Spokane Valley, Mead, any of the smaller towns outside metro Spokane; Liberty Lake has a liaison

City of Spokane neighborhood liaisons are needed to do the same thing. One liaison is desirable in each Neighborhood Council area.

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