May Is Bike Month Bingo Contest for Students
May Is Bike Month is a great time to practice walking or biking around your neighborhood while schools are closed. Our streets are much quieter, giving a perfect opportunity to talk to your family about street safety and teach them pedestrian skills that they will use for life.
The City of Davis is hosting a special Bike Bingo contest to celebrate May Is Bike Month. The contest is open to Davis students Kindergarten through 12th grade. Fill in your bingo cards for a chance to win weekly prizes.
Each week, a new card will focus on a specific theme. Use the card of the week to prompt different discussions. Simply cross off the items on the card as you see them or discuss them, and submit a photo of your card or send us a list as your entry into our contest.
Submit your mailing address and results for the weekly drawing by sending a photo of your card or your list to Lorretta Moore (email@example.com). Entries must be received by Sunday 11:59pm to be eligible for the drawing.
Visit www.cityofdavis.org/saferoutes for bingo cards and contest details!
Prizes this week and next:
Week 3 – May 17– 23
1- – $25 Davis Creamery
1 – $25 Newsbeat
Week 4 – May 24 – 30
1 – $25 Lazi Cow
1 – $25 Avid Reader
Need to brush up on pedestrian skills? Use this Sidewalk Smarts Passport to teach your child skills they should know before walking on their own. Questions about bicycle safety? Visit Getting Around Davis for tips and advice to staying safe on our streets.
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