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OSAF outlines summer activities

June 7, 2014
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By NECIA P. SEAMONS 

Citizen staff

Summer offers an opportunity to connect with history as families recreate together. Showcasing the legacy Franklin County pioneers left their descendants, the Oneida Stake Academy Foundation and its partners have organized three family friendly events this summer, said Nathan Hale, chairman of the Oneida Stake Academy Foundation.

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• Bike Ride – July 19. First is the Legacy Bike Race, slated for July 19, at 7 a.m. Racers will begin at the Oneida Stake Academy Cultural Center, 90 E. Oneida, and follow three different courses: an 18-mile, 50-mile and 62.6 mile (Metric Century) so participants can choose their own level of intensity, said Brandon Olsen, committee member.

“We will have everything from serious riders to families and scout groups so going at your own pace is A-OK,” said another committee member Casey Judd.

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