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We’ll be raffling off 3 ‘almost new’ bicycles at the market, on Saturday, August 10. These bikes are really beautiful. Tickets will cost $5 each. When we have sold 100 tickets we’ll close the raffle.
All the money will go to buy bicycle parts like tubes, tires, brakes, etc. for the Pedal Power Project – a very worthwhile project which rehabs used bikes which are given to refugee families.
Please click here to see the recent article in the Neighborhood section of the Courier-Journal about the Pedal Power Project. Bob Callander, the founder of the St. Matthews Farmers Market, is the chairman of the Pedal Power Project.