Bicycle winner may ‘share’

Isabel Rice-Cuadrado of Gettysburg, center, stands with a bike like the one she was to receive as the winner of a drawing conducted in conjunction with the Kids Bicycle Parade during the 31st annual Adams County Heritage Festival. The parade, organized by Healthy Adams Bicycle/Pedestrian Inc. (HABPI), was Sunday at the Gettysburg Area Recreation Park. Beside Isabel is her brother Matthew Rice-Cuadrado; she said she may give the bike to him because he needs a new one more than she does. “But maybe I’ll share,” she said Thursday at Gettysburg Bicycle on York Street. Both youngsters said they decked their bikes with streamers for the parade. The prize was funded by gifts from Thrivent Financial and an anonymous member of HABPI, said the latter’s secretary, Dennis Hickethier. From left in the back are Hickethier, mom Cristina Clark-Cuadrado, and Gettysburg Bicycle owner Jes Stith. (Jim Hale/Gettysburg Times)

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