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BIKE GIVEN – Mt. Verstovia Masonic Lodge members, Jack Ozment, left, and Darrell Windsor, right, present third-grader Haley Silva of Jessica Davis’ class with a new bicycle recently at Keet Gooshi Heen Elementary School. The Masons are giving a bicycle to one student in each third grade class at the school. Third-grade teachers are selecting the recipients based on students’ behavior in class and display of good citizenship. Yellow Jersey Cycle Shop donates a lock and helmet to the winner. (Daily Sitka Sentinel Photo by James Poulson)

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BIKE GIVEN – Mt. Verstovia Masonic Lodge members, from left, Tom Brown, Jack Ozment,  and Ken Creamer present third-grader Dalila Callahan, 9, with a new bicycle recently at Keet Gooshi Heen Elementary School. The Masons are giving a bicycle to one student in each third grade class at the school. Third-grade teachers are selecting the recipients based on students’ behavior in class and display of good citizenship. Yellow Jersey Cycle Shop donates a lock and helmet to the winner. (Daily Sitka SentinelPhoto by James Poulson)

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BIKE GIVEN – Mt. Verstovia Masonic Lodge members Darrell Windsor, left, and Jack Ozment, right, present third-grader Kadin Davis, 9, standing with his father, Jeff, with a new bicycle recently in Stephanie Peterson’s class at Keet Gooshi Heen Elementary School. The Masons are giving a bicycle to one student in each third grade class at the school. Third-grade teachers are selecting the recipients based on students’ behavior in class and display of good citizenship. Yellow Jersey Cycle Shop donates a lock and helmet to the winner. (Daily Sitka SentinelPhoto by James Poulson)

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BIKE GIVEN – Mt. Verstovia Masonic Lodge members Tom Brown, left, and Jack Ozment present third-grader Jessica Christner with a new bicycle recently at Keet Gooshi Heen Elementary School. The Masons are giving a bicycle to one student in each third grade class at the school. Third-grade teachers are selecting the recipients based on students’ behavior in class and display of good citizenship. Yellow Jersey Cycle Shop donates a lock and helmet to the winner. (Daily Sitka Sentinel Photo by James Poulson)

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BIKE GIVEN – Mt. Verstovia Masonic Lodge members Jack Ozment, left, and Bill Bandy present third-grader Chad Kushin-Edenshaw a new bicycle recently in Stephanie Peterson’s Keet Gooshi Heen Elementary School class. The Masons are giving a bicycle to one student in each third grade class at the school. Third-grade teachers are selecting the recipients based on students’ behavior in class and display of good citizenship. Yellow Jersey Cycle Shop donates a lock and helmet to the winner. (Daily Sitka Sentinel Photo by James Poulson)

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(This photo and caption appeared on Page 7 in the Friday, April 4, 2014, edition of the Daily Sitka Sentinel. It is reprinted here with permission.)

BIKE PRESENTED –Third-grade student Kamryn Craig, age 8, holds her new bicycle after it was presented to her by members of the Mount Verstovia Masonic Lodge, from left, Brandon Foshey, Jack Ozment and Bill Bandy, recently at Keet Gooshi Heen Elementary School. The lodge are once again donating a bicycle to one student from each third-grade class, who are selected by their teachers based on the students’ behavior in class and display of good citizenship. Yellow Jersey Cycle Shop donates a helmet and lock as part of the prize. (Daily Sitka Sentinel photo by James Poulson).

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(These photos were taken by Daily Sitka Sentinel photographer James Poulson and originally appeared in the Sentinel. They are used here with permission.)

Continuing  a tradition of recent years, the Sitka Mount Verstovia Masonic Lodge gave bicycles to five Keet Gooshi Heen Elementary School students during the 2012-13 school year. The lodge has donated one bicycle to a student in each third grade class in the school. Yellow Jersey Cycle Shop owner Bill Hughes presented a helmet and lock donated by his shop as part of the prize. Winning students usually are chosen for their citizenship, classwork and attendance.

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