Members of the Switching Gears program at the South Boise Women’s Correctional Center pose with staffers at the Boise Bicycle Project during an open house Friday celebrating the raising of $100,000 for expansion of the BBP’s headquarters. Standing from left are Jess Tornga, Jett Frederickson, Tarah Gilliland, Jessica Howington and Tiffany Sain. Kneeling are Adam Smith, BPP executive director Jimmy Hallyburton and Hallyburton’s dog, Stanley. Tornga and Smith go to the prison to provide instruction to the women, many of whom have not worked on bicycles before.
Members of the Switching Gears program at the South Boise Women’s Correctional Center pose with staffers at the Boise Bicycle Project during an open house Friday celebrating the raising of $100,000 for expansion of the BBP’s headquarters. Standing from left are Jess Tornga, Jett Frederickson, Tarah Gilliland, Jessica Howington and Tiffany Sain. Kneeling are Adam Smith, BPP executive director Jimmy Hallyburton and Hallyburton’s dog, Stanley. Tornga and Smith go to the prison to provide instruction to the women, many of whom have not worked on bicycles before. John Sowell jsowell@idahostatesman.com
Members of the Switching Gears program at the South Boise Women’s Correctional Center pose with staffers at the Boise Bicycle Project during an open house Friday celebrating the raising of $100,000 for expansion of the BBP’s headquarters. Standing from left are Jess Tornga, Jett Frederickson, Tarah Gilliland, Jessica Howington and Tiffany Sain. Kneeling are Adam Smith, BPP executive director Jimmy Hallyburton and Hallyburton’s dog, Stanley. Tornga and Smith go to the prison to provide instruction to the women, many of whom have not worked on bicycles before. John Sowell jsowell@idahostatesman.com

Boise Bicycle Project tops $101k for expansion

July 01, 2016 04:03 PM

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