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Never tired of helping the community

By Patte Smith; photo courtesy of Bill Pieseski

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Phto of The Village Idiots Cyclists doing semi-annual road clenenup

A few of the Village Idiots get their photo snapped with a beautiful view of the Front Range in the distance. Coming together to keep a stretch of South Havana clean is easier than pedaling up a mountain peak.

Members of the Village Idiots Cycling Club (VICC) met for the Club’s semi-annual cleanup of a section of road on the South Havana frontage road. The Club joined the Douglas County Adopt-A-Highway program several years ago and continues to do its part to keep Colorado beautiful, especially Castle Pines and surrounding areas.

While a love of cycling is the primary reason the Club was organized, the focus on community is a large part of the Club’s mission of supporting local nonprofit organizations.

“We have a good time riding our bikes as well as picking up trash,” said a smiling member of VICC. “It is a pleasure to help the community we live in and raise funds for charities that support neighbors in need. Remember the old adage, ‘giving is receiving’ – it makes for a wonderful day.”

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