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Mike's Bikes donates to children

WHEELING ALONG Michael Marchi from Comox Valley Dodge with his staff and members of the fire department, paramedics and the Eagle FM delivered approximately 60 bikes to children through the inaugural Mike’s Bikes program. The program was designed to give children aged five to 12 a bike to those who need it and might not have otherwise have access to one. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
WHEELING ALONG Michael Marchi from Comox Valley Dodge with his staff and members of the fire department, paramedics and the Eagle FM delivered approximately 60 bikes to children through the inaugural Mike’s Bikes program. The program was designed to give children aged five to 12 a bike to those who need it and might not have otherwise have access to one.
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