The Wheels Are Turning

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Cub Scouts from Pack 183 — including Noah Schue, left, Wyatt Troutman, Nathan Ramirez, Matthew Sternberg and Jack Kelly — looked at the number on the side of a tire that displays the maximum amount of pressure a tire can hold during a bicycling education event Tuesday at Precious Blood School. Explaining the number to the boys was Jim Baugh of Jasper. The pack is from Precious Blood Catholic Church, and all of the Scouts pictured are second-graders.

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Jim Baugh of Jasper, showed the dirt from a bicycle chain to a group of Cub Scouts from Pack 183 during a bicycling education event Tuesday at Precious Blood School.

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Cubmaster Joe Schitter of Jasper led Precious Blood School second-graders Matthew Sternberg and Jax Bower and kindergartner Aiden Schue on a bicycle ride down the road from the school during a bicycling education event held for Cub Scout Pack 183 on Tuesday.

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Pat Flannigan of Jasper let go of his son Jacob’s bicycle after helping to steady him as he took off during a bicycling education event held for Cub Scout Pack 183 on Tuesday at Precious Blood School. 



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