Brayden Atwater, left, and Lryical Wright from Aversboro Elementary lead a host of students participating in International Walk to School Day on Wednesday, which promotes walking or biking to school because it’s a healthy choice, good for the environment, creates a sense of community and promotes sidewalk construction and safety. Students from Timber Drive Elementary also took part in the event.
Brayden Atwater, left, and Lryical Wright from Aversboro Elementary lead a host of students participating in International Walk to School Day on Wednesday, which promotes walking or biking to school because it’s a healthy choice, good for the environment, creates a sense of community and promotes sidewalk construction and safety. Students from Timber Drive Elementary also took part in the event. kjahner@newsobserver.com
Brayden Atwater, left, and Lryical Wright from Aversboro Elementary lead a host of students participating in International Walk to School Day on Wednesday, which promotes walking or biking to school because it’s a healthy choice, good for the environment, creates a sense of community and promotes sidewalk construction and safety. Students from Timber Drive Elementary also took part in the event. kjahner@newsobserver.com

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