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Pineloch Plays it Safe!
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Pineloch Plays it Safe!

When Wednesday, August 31stFrom 3 pm to 5 pm Where Pineloch Elementary!3101 Woods Ave. Orlando, FLAt the pavilion and basketball court Who is Invited Pineloch Elementary students,siblings, and family members Come Join the Fun! The Pineloch Plays it Safe event is geared towards helping you understand the rules of the […]

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Memories of Walking and Biking to School

When I think back to my elementary school days, one of my favorite memories is biking to and from Sand Lake Elementary School here in Orlando. Before I was even old enough to attend elementary school, I would pedal with mom and sis on their bike ride to school on […]

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First Trip on SunRail  

A Central Floridian’s first time on the State’s public transit  As a twenty-two-year-old Florida native and a public transportation enthusiast, I’m almost ashamed to say I’ve never used any public transit in the Sunshine State. Like almost 90 percent of Floridians, my car has been my main form of transportation. […]

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Multi-Use Trail Etiquette: Share the Trail

Have you walked down a multi-use trail and felt your heart jump as a cyclist whizzed past you with a narrow miss? Or have you been on a bicycle and almost crashed because a walker or runner wearing headphones, not paying attention swayed into your path? High trail volume can […]

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It’s Just a Step to the Left – “Hidden Trail” to the River Off the Seminole Wekiva Trail

If you’re familiar with the Seminole County trail system, you know that many of the trails are paved and not what one would consider being “off-road.”  And that’s the intent. They are safe and beautiful, providing you with hassle-free biking throughout the county.  There are off-road trails like Soldier’s Creek […]