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    VINELAND — The Vineland Rotary Club will hold a Pedals for Progress bike collection from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 27 at Sieri Mechanical, 516 E. Cherry St., Vineland. Collection is rain or shine. It costs $40 to collect, process, ship, rebuild and distribute each bicycle. A donation toward shipping costs is necessary (suggested minimum $10 per bike). All cash and material donations are fully deductible and a receipt will be available at the collection site. Working portable sewing machines will also be collected. The program collects 3,000-5,000 bicycles annually and distributes them to the needy. To date, more than 142,000 have been shipped to developing countries in Latin America, Africa and Eastern Europe, where they’re used as a source of reliable transportation. Above, members of the Vineland High School Interact Club prepare bikes for shipment to poverty-stricken countries. The Rotary Club of Vineland has more than 90 members and meets at 12:10 p.m. Tuesdays at the Vineland Ramada Inn. For more information, visit www.vinelandrotary.com
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    VINELAND — The Vineland Rotary Club will hold a Pedals for Progress bike collection from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 27 at Sieri Mechanical, 516 E. Cherry St., Vineland. Collection is rain or shine. It costs $40 to collect, process, ship, rebuild and distribute each bicycle. A donation toward shipping costs is necessary (suggested minimum $10 per bike). All cash and material donations are fully deductible and a receipt will be available at the collection site. Working portable sewing machines will also be collected. The program collects 3,000-5,000 bicycles annually and distributes them to the needy. To date, more than 142,000 have been shipped to developing countries in Latin America, Africa and Eastern Europe, where they’re used as a source of reliable transportation. Above, members of the Vineland High School Interact Club prepare bikes for shipment to poverty-stricken countries. The Rotary Club of Vineland has more than 90 members and meets at 12:10 p.m. Tuesdays at the Vineland Ramada Inn. For more information, visit www.vinelandrotary.com
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    VINELAND — The Vineland Rotary Club will hold a Pedals for Progress bike collection from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 27 at Sieri Mechanical, 516 E. Cherry St., Vineland. Collection is rain or shine. It costs $40 to collect, process, ship, rebuild and distribute each bicycle. A donation toward shipping costs is necessary (suggested minimum $10 per bike). All cash and material donations are fully deductible and a receipt will be available at the collection site. Working portable sewing machines will also be collected. The program collects 3,000-5,000 bicycles annually and distributes them to the needy. To date, more than 142,000 have been shipped to developing countries in Latin America, Africa and Eastern Europe, where they’re used as a source of reliable transportation. Above, members of the Vineland High School Interact Club prepare bikes for shipment to poverty-stricken countries. The Rotary Club of Vineland has more than 90 members and meets at 12:10 p.m. Tuesdays at the Vineland Ramada Inn. For more information, visit www.vinelandrotary.com
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    VINELAND — The Vineland Rotary Club will hold a Pedals for Progress bike collection from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 27 at Sieri Mechanical, 516 E. Cherry St., Vineland. Collection is rain or shine. It costs $40 to collect, process, ship, rebuild and distribute each bicycle. A donation toward shipping costs is necessary (suggested minimum $10 per bike). All cash and material donations are fully deductible and a receipt will be available at the collection site. Working portable sewing machines will also be collected. The program collects 3,000-5,000 bicycles annually and distributes them to the needy. To date, more than 142,000 have been shipped to developing countries in Latin America, Africa and Eastern Europe, where they’re used as a source of reliable transportation. Above, members of the Vineland High School Interact Club prepare bikes for shipment to poverty-stricken countries. The Rotary Club of Vineland has more than 90 members and meets at 12:10 p.m. Tuesdays at the Vineland Ramada Inn. For more information, visit www.vinelandrotary.com
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    VINELAND — The Vineland Rotary Club will hold a Pedals for Progress bike collection from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 27 at Sieri Mechanical, 516 E. Cherry St., Vineland. Collection is rain or shine. It costs $40 to collect, process, ship, rebuild and distribute each bicycle. A donation toward shipping costs is necessary (suggested minimum $10 per bike). All cash and material donations are fully deductible and a receipt will be available at the collection site. Working portable sewing machines will also be collected. The program collects 3,000-5,000 bicycles annually and distributes them to the needy. To date, more than 142,000 have been shipped to developing countries in Latin America, Africa and Eastern Europe, where they’re used as a source of reliable transportation. Above, members of the Vineland High School Interact Club prepare bikes for shipment to poverty-stricken countries. The Rotary Club of Vineland has more than 90 members and meets at 12:10 p.m. Tuesdays at the Vineland Ramada Inn. For more information, visit www.vinelandrotary.com
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    VINELAND — The Vineland Rotary Club will hold a Pedals for Progress bike collection from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 27 at Sieri Mechanical, 516 E. Cherry St., Vineland. Collection is rain or shine. It costs $40 to collect, process, ship, rebuild and distribute each bicycle. A donation toward shipping costs is necessary (suggested minimum $10 per bike). All cash and material donations are fully deductible and a receipt will be available at the collection site. Working portable sewing machines will also be collected. The program collects 3,000-5,000 bicycles annually and distributes them to the needy. To date, more than 142,000 have been shipped to developing countries in Latin America, Africa and Eastern Europe, where they’re used as a source of reliable transportation. Above, members of the Vineland High School Interact Club prepare bikes for shipment to poverty-stricken countries. The Rotary Club of Vineland has more than 90 members and meets at 12:10 p.m. Tuesdays at the Vineland Ramada Inn. For more information, visit www.vinelandrotary.com
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