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Cycling For Diversity

Langley Township Mayor Jack Froese welcomed Ken Herar, who heads up the Cycling 4 Diversity group, to the Muriel Arnason Library on Tuesday evening. Herar and a team of cyclists spent several days cycling from Abbotsford to Victoria, speaking to schools and community groups about the importance of diversity in building strong communities. For more details, see the website http://kenherar.blogspot.ca/ - Frank Bucholtz/Langley Times
Langley Township Mayor Jack Froese welcomed Ken Herar, who heads up the Cycling 4 Diversity group, to the Muriel Arnason Library on Tuesday evening. Herar and a team of cyclists spent several days cycling from Abbotsford to Victoria, speaking to schools and community groups about the importance of diversity in building strong communities. For more details, see the website http://kenherar.blogspot.ca/
— image credit: Frank Bucholtz/Langley Times

A group of cyclists visited Langley Tuesday and Wednesday to promote diversity, and were greeted at Muriel Arnason Library.

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