Palmer Trinity School (PTS) recently presented the Village of Palmetto Bay with three bike repair stations and a check for $50,000 as its contribution to the Village’s bike lane initiatives
Palmetto Bay, FL -- (ReleaseWire) -- 09/13/2016 -- The presentation took place on campus. Attendees included faculty, students, Head of School Patrick Roberts, Chairman of the Board of Trustees Michael Baiamonte, and Village of Palmetto Bay Mayor Eugene Flinn, Jr., Vice Mayor John Dubois, Councilmembers Larissa Siegel Lara, Karyn Cunningham and Tim Schaffer, and Village Manager Edward Silva.
"Both students and faculty eagerly anticipated the opportunity to continue solidifying the partnership we have been cultivating with the Village of Palmetto Bay over the past two years with our contribution to the community's bike lane initiatives," expressed Patrick Roberts, head of school.
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