Project beautifies Tri-City


Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise The Woman’s Club of the Tri-Cities adopted a beautification project to restore old bicycles and put flower baskets on them to be placed in the Tri-City area. Approximately 10 bicycles have already been placed along the Looney Creek Walking Trail, which runs from Cumberland to Lynch, to add to walkers’ experience. More bicycles will be added as the ladies complete the project.


Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise

The Woman’s Club of the Tri-Cities adopted a beautification project to restore old bicycles and put flower baskets on them to be placed in the Tri-City area. Approximately 10 bicycles have already been placed along the Looney Creek Walking Trail, which runs from Cumberland to Lynch, to add to walkers’ experience. More bicycles will be added as the ladies complete the project.

Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise The Woman’s Club of the Tri-Cities adopted a beautification project to restore old bicycles and put flower baskets on them to be placed in the Tri-City area. Approximately 10 bicycles have already been placed along the Looney Creek Walking Trail, which runs from Cumberland to Lynch, to add to walkers’ experience. More bicycles will be added as the ladies complete the project.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Bicycle.jpgNola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise The Woman’s Club of the Tri-Cities adopted a beautification project to restore old bicycles and put flower baskets on them to be placed in the Tri-City area. Approximately 10 bicycles have already been placed along the Looney Creek Walking Trail, which runs from Cumberland to Lynch, to add to walkers’ experience. More bicycles will be added as the ladies complete the project.
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