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Lompoc Bike to Work Day

Healthy Lompoc Coalition - Lompoc Valley Community Healthcare Organization

Tuesday, May 15, 2012 from 5:00 AM to 11:30 PM (PDT)

Lompoc Bike to Work Day

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Ride for Lompoc Pride 

And maybe some money on the side!

 

May is National Bike Month!

Lompoc businesses able to successfully recruit 3 or more employees to ride to work on May 15, 2012 - Bike to Work Day - will be entered into a raffle to receive $100.00 CASH.  Addtional prizes will be presented to rider who made the longest bicycle commute (home to Lompoc work site), oldest rider, and youngest rider.

 

Here's how it works:

 

1.  Get together a team of 3 or more coworkers to commit to riding a

     bicycle to work on Tuesday May 15, 2012.  If you have a small office,

     you may recruit a team member from a neighboring small business.

 

2.  When everyone on your team has arrived at work - take a group

     photo! Use your cell phone, digital camera, etc.

 

3.  Email the photo to Judy Taggart at:  taggartj@lvcho.org by 11:30pm

     on Tuesday 5/15 (to include all you 11pm-7am peeps!).  Be sure to

     the name of your business in the email with the photo.

 

Winners will be annouced via email and in the Chamber of Commerce "Friday Focus" newsletter.

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Healthy Lompoc Coalition - Lompoc Valley Community Healthcare Organization

Judy Taggart MS, CHES

Community Health Director, Healthy Lompoc Coalition/LVCHO

805-757-7706

taggartj@lvcho.org

The Lompoc Valley Community Healthcare Organization coordinates the Healthy Lompoc Coalition.  Our mission is to improve the health of the community by assuring local access to a coordinated system of health promotion, disease prevention, and treatment services

We believe that important health issues and concerns should be discussed in a community forum and that healthcare decisions should be made locally by a diverse group of stakeholders including but not limited to employers, health care providers, community and public health professionals, educators, and community leaders who represent the diverse cultural perspectives in the community. Improvements in community health status are best achieved through collaboration among all stakeholders.

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