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Fourth graders enjoy bicycle outing

Students from Century Elementary School rode the Heartland Trail on May 14.

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Teacher Brianne Morris shoots a selfie Friday, May 14 with some of the fourth graders from Century School as they cycled the Heartland Trail. "The entire fourth grade took a bike to Dorset and then ate lunch at the park there," said Morris. "On the way, some classes stopped at Heartland Park to play at the park. It was a fun, beautiful bike ride." (Submitted photo, May 2021)
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A group of Century School fourth graders pause for a breather at a trail crossing during their cycling trip to Dorset and back Friday, May 14 on the Heartland Trail. (Submitted photo, May 2021)

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