The 303 ArtWay Bike was on display in the lobby of the Vickers Boys & Girls Club for the last three weeks, along with display boards and printed flyers providing information about the 303 Artway project.
For the last two Friday evenings ULC has set up an information table in the lobby of Boys & Girls Club, to be available to answer questions and enroll residents in the bike giveaway. Also helping at the information table, and displaying her enthusiasm, was Emily Quaranta, a college student at the Colorado School of Mines, who along with other students is helping DURA (Denver Urban Renewal Authority) conduct research and community outreach for the potential installation of a series of outdoor education modules to be located at a few locations along the future 303 ArtWay.
On Friday evening, prior to the official bike raffle drawing, local residents submitted last minute entry forms hoping to win the free bike. The first winner, of one of the ten free bikes to be given away throughout 2017, was Eric Johnson. Standing here with Will Kralovec, Director of Master Site Development at the ULC. Also showing his approval of the winner was a local youth attendee of the Boys & Girls Club.