Rainy ride to school

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Teacher David Hassler leads students to Shelledy Elementary School during the annual Bike To School Day Wednesday morning.


Teacher David Hassler leads students down Aspen Avenue to Shelledy Elementary School Wednesday morning during the annual National Bike To School Day.
In Fruita, students gathered at the Civic Center Park to ride as a group with their teachers and parents.
Bookcliff Middle School also participated in this event. Nationwide, more than 2,200 schools registered to participate at www.walkbiketoschool.org.

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