Free Helmets Boost Bike Safety Effort In Nashua
Bonnie Davidson / The Courier
Sherri Turner, right, helped fit and hand out helmets to Nashua students at the end of the school year. Donations from Shopko and FDMH helped provide 67 free helmets to students.
Do you remember your hand signals? Most of us were taught at some point how to signal traffic while riding a bike, but many never learned the proper way to signal to cars if you were heading left, stopping or making a right turn.
Nashua kids, kindergarten through sixth grade, were given a short lesson at the end of the school year on the proper signals after they received a free helmet. Valley County Sheriff Glen Meier, Deputy Alex Esteves and Sherri Turner handed out the free helmets to 67 children. They were received with smiles and a few shy thank-yous.
Thanks to donations from Shop...
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