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Oct 7, 2015: Walk to School Day

In celebration of Reston's status as a Bronze Level Bicycle-Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists, the Reston Pedestrian and Bicycling Advisory Committee is coordinating with all eight of Reston's elementary schools as well as Langston Hughes Middle School to participate in International Walk to School Day on October 7. This will be the third year for this coordinated effort. Once again, there will be a friendly competition between the elementary schools to see who can get the students walking to school as well as the highest percentage of school population.

If you would like to get involved contact cyclinginreston@gmail.com or contact the PTA representative at your local school.

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