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Washington County Public Affairs forum will focus on bicycling

Posted by on November 21st, 2012 at 2:02 pm

Want to get the latest about bikes in Washington County and hear from the west side’s major bike leaders?

Check out the press release below for more info…

On Monday December 3 the Washington County Public Affairs Forum will feature a program entitled “Bicycles: Transportation, Fitness and Fun in Washington County.” Speakers will include Hal Ballard of Transportation Solutions ByCycle; George Harris, America’s Wellness Sergeant; Mike Manning of Fit4Ever Wellness Studios; and Dick Schouten, Washington County Commissioner.

The PAF meets at the Old Spaghetti Factory, 18925 NW Tanasbourne Drive, across from the Evergreen movie theaters in Hillsboro. The doors open at 10:30, with a first lunch serving at 11:30 and a second at noon. The hour-long program begins at noon, and is open to the public. Members only have the opportunity to question speakers – sometimes the most interesting part of the program.

Founded in 1956, the Public Affairs Forum provides a common meeting place for the interchange of ideas and to stimulate thinking on civic matters, business, science, the arts and education. The Forum is a neutral arena; it endorses no particular point of view and takes no responsibility for the opinions expressed by speakers, which are not necessarily those of the Forum’s members or its Board of Directors. Programs are replayed on TVCTV Channel 21 Thursday at 6 am; Channel 28 Thursday at 10 pm, Friday at 6 pm and Sunday at 3 pm; and Channel 11 Monday at 10 am.

Learn more at www.washingtoncountyforum.org

For more information, please contact John Tyner, Forum President johntyneratty@gmail.com

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