Two Great Reasons to Attend the Annual Meeting

1. Hear Andy Clarke, executive director of the League of American Bicyclists, explain why creating a bicycle-friendly community is a good economic-development strategy and boosts property values.

2. Brainstorm about ways the WWBPA can achieve its goals. This year, we want to expand our popular “Walk to Hawk” on International Walk to School Day to other schools, highlight existing safe walking and bicycling routes and advocate for missing links. What do you want to see on the list?

Walk to Hawk, October 2008

The WWBPA’s annual meeting begins at 7:30 pm on Thursday February 25 at the West Windsor Municipal Center, 271 Clarksville Road. We need your support, and your ideas! Together, we can make our vision of a safer community for bicyclists and and pedestrians — for you, your family, your friends and neighbors — a reality.

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