RE: {Suspected SPAM} [EXT] Bike to Work Week

 
From: "Alexi Lamm via BPAC ListServ" <bpac@PROTECTED>
Subject: RE: {Suspected SPAM} [EXT] Bike to Work Week
In-Reply-To: Bike to Work Week
Date: May 11th 2020

I think it would be great to watch the situation and see what we can do in September!

 

From: Paul Rogers via BPAC ListServ <bpac@PROTECTED>
Sent: Friday, May 1, 2020 9:25 AM
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Subject: {Suspected SPAM} [EXT] [BPAC] Bike to Work Week

 

 

From: p.rogers@PROTECTED

Hi all, I see that National Bike to Work Week/Month/Day has been moved to Sept. 2020.  I suggest we follow suit with Sept. 21-27 in our local Bike to Work/School Week.  This may actually be advantageous to us, depending on what is happening with USU and local K-12 schools at that time (a.k.a., COVID world).

 

I personally am scheduled to be out of town that week, but will be glad to help set things up.  Plus, everything rearranges on a regular basis these days, so maybe my meeting that week will be postponed.

 

Your thoughts????

 

-paul

 

 

 

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Utah State University

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