CES Continues Books for Bikes

 

By Kaileigh Deacon

Spring is a long time coming in Maine, and the urge to get outside and be active builds as we push through the winter months of snow, ice, and cold. The anticipation of spring and finally being able to get outside in warmer weather is especially strong for kids and can make them just a little antsy.  At Calais Elementary School and other elementary schools around Washington County, the Masons have partnered with them to reward some lucky students for keeping the learning going at home with the Books for Bikes campaign.

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