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Councilwoman Heather Hall: National Walk To School Day correlates with Northland Sidewalk Promise

This is a press release received from Northland Kansas City Councilwoman Heather Hall. Hall represents the 1st District on Kansas City’s City Council. For more information on our Opinion Section please click here.

1st District Schools and Sidewalks come together on National Walk to School Day

Councilwoman Heather Hall along with Ravenwood Elementary School will walk to school in recognition of National Walk to School Day on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016 at 7:30 a.m. The walk will start at the Greater Life – Jesus Name Pentecostal Church located at 5225 N Brighton Avenue and end at Ravenwood Elementary School located at 5022 NE 58th Street.

Councilwoman Hall, Mayor Pro Tem Scott Wagner, City of Kansas City, MO Public Works, NKC School District, Maple Park Middle School, Maplewood Elementary School and School Advocates will dedicate sidewalks at a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016 at 10 a.m. at Maplewood Elementary School.

“I continue to pursue my promise to support public safety and infrastructure in District 1,” said Councilwoman Hall. “On October 5th, National Walk to School Day, we will show the importance of our children’s safety and health by the completion of this sidewalk, which fulfills a promise to the neighborhood of Maple Park.”

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