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A living 'Last Supper'

Woodford County Tiger Bikes participants stretched during a warmup on their stationary bikes recently. From left are: front row, Christopher Phelps, Tanner Coffman, Alexander Vanev and Ben Bland; back row, Kaitlyn Agee, Paula Berryman and Jansen Blair.
Woodford County Tiger Bikes participants stretched during a warmup on their stationary bikes recently. From left are: front row, Christopher Phelps, Tanner Coffman, Alexander Vanev and Ben Bland; back row, Kaitlyn Agee, Paula Berryman and Jansen Blair.

The Living Lord's Supper, a dramatization of Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper, will be presented by Versailles United Methodist Church at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday. Admission is free, but a ticket is required. Call (859) 873-4304 or visit Versaillesumc.org.

Woodford County Tiger Bikes ready to ride

Woodford County Tiger Bikes, a physical education program in the Woodford County Schools, has purchased 40 Specialized Hardrock 29" Disc bicycles, 10 bicycle trainers and other equipment with support from Pedal The Planet and the Specialized Bicycles First Gear Program.

Woodford County Middle School is planning its next 5-mile ride for current classes with a police escort April 18-19. Volunteers who have current Woodford County background checks can ride with the students and provide first aid and water at stations along the route.

"It's a great opportunity to get the community involved in our programs and gives students the opportunity to demonstrate what they have learned in a real-world setting," said Melody Hamilton, a Woodford County teacher who started the Tiger Bikes program in 2002 with donated bikes and equipment.

To learn more, contact Hamilton at melody.hamilton@woodford.kyschools.us. For more information about Pedal the Planet, which has donated bikes to the program since 2007, contact Mark or Wendy Trimble at wendy@pedaltheplanet.com. To learn more about the Specialized First Gear program, visit Specialized.com.

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