Emily Casey of TransOptions donated 50 bike helmets to the Hopatcong School District. In the past, Lisa Schuffenhauer (Durban Avenue School Counselor), has organized Bike Rodeos for the district, but due to COVID-19, it was canceled last year. In lieu of having the program, the helmets were donated.
Melissa Kennedy (Hopatcong Middle School 4th & 5th Grade School Counselor) and Mike Luicani (Middle School Resource Officer) delivered various size helmets to all of the schools in the district. The remaining helmets were delivered to Ptl. James Still (Community Policing Officer for the Hopatcong Police Department). Families in need of bike helmets can contact their child’s School Counselor or the Hopatcong Police Department.
Below is information about TransOptions and the services that they provide to the community.
TransOptions delivers free programs and services that improve mobility, the environment, and overall quality of life across all of Morris, Sussex, and Warren counties and within the rural areas of Passaic, Union and Essex.
TransOptions specializes in finding unique transportation options for people of all ages and abilities and also work as advocates for a safer and more sustainable future. TransOptions offers a variety of programs for employers and employees, safety programs for bicyclists, pedestrians, and teen drivers, and programs in environmental education and sustainability. For more information and to contact TransOptions, visit their website at www.transoptions.org and be sure to follow along with them @transoptions on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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