Springfield Rotary Club awards more bicycles to students

CES SCHOOL

CES SCHOOL

The Springfield Rotary Club’s Wheels in Motion program continues giving bicycles away to students who exhibit great service and character. The students are selected by the faculty and administration from each Robertson County elementary school. On Friday, March 29, the Springfield Rotary Club awarded a bicycle to Crestview Elementary School’s second grade student Delaney Phillips-Malugen. Pictured with Delaney, from the left are Springfield Rotarians Susan McClard, Jay Lawrence, Barry Throneberry and Schools Director Chris Causey. Also pictured are Robertson County SRO Commander Lt. Charlie Clark and Cpl. Donnie Brake. SUBMITTED

South Haven Christian School

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Department partners with the Springfield Rotary Club’s Wheels in Motion program in order to donate a safety helmet to each student awarded a bicycle. On Monday, April 22, two students from South Haven Christian School received bicycles. Killian Horner-Ray, a first grade student, is joined by his mother. Fellow classmate, first grade student Lilyann Rader also received a bicycle. They are pictured with, from the left, Robertson County SRO Commander Lt. Charlie Clark and Springfield Rotarians Jay Lawrence, Tim Chowning, Edison Guthrie, Adele Watts, Joshua Evans and Dustin Thomas. SUBMITTED

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