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TIMMINS POLICE SERVICE – “HELMETS ON” CAMPAIGN PROVES TO BE EFFECTIVE ONCE AGAIN IN 2019

In keeping with the local “Helmet’s On” campaign, spearheaded by the Timmins Police Service, a trio of lucky local cyclists have been rewarded for taking the initiative to be safe and responsible bike operators.

This campaign focuses on rewarding any area cyclist observed wearing a proper bike helmet by the Timmins Police.

These cyclists have a ballot entered into the draw and the lucky cyclists have been chosen.

On Friday, October 4th, the winners were assembled at James Used Ltd on Riverside Drive to collect their prizes.

The prizes were generously furnished to the Timmins Police Service by James Used Ltd.

The prize recipients are listed as follows:

From left to right: Nicole MARTINS (adult winner of car detailing package), prize presenter TPS Auxiliary Constable Heather ALBERT,

Alaina KRING (mom) posing with her daughter and winner of a new bike, Kerianne KRING age 7, of Porcupine, benefactor – Rob Bazuik – Manager of James Used Ltd

prize presenter TPS Constable Mike McNaughton and Jaxon GRAFF, age 8, of Timmins, avid responsible cyclist, and new bike recipient for 2019.