Join Alderman John Arena and your neighbors at our
1st Annual Bike 45th Ward Event.
Sunday, October 9th 2011, 8:30 AM Rain or Shine
The Copernicus Center, 5216 West Lawrence Avenue
The bike ride, between 8-10 miles, begins at The Copernicus Center, 5216 West Lawrence Avenue at 8:30 a.m. and departs at 9:00 a.m. Sharp!
Bike helmets are required to participate. This is a free event.
Enjoy shopping at the Farmers Market after the ride.The first 50 participants will receive a FREE Bike 45 tshirt.
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Join us at the Copernicus Center, from 10 – 2pm, after the ride and sign your child up for the Chicago’s Kids Identification Systems (KIDS) a continuing service provided by the City Clerk’s office. The Clerk’s office has launched a high-tech system to keep track of the most important records of all — our children. KIDS ID application
KIDS works by taking digital picture of children along with information provided by the parents. This information is stored securely in the Clerk’s office to be used only when police and the family report that a child is missing. Then the information can be posted on the Internet and distributed to law enforcement, the media and other search groups. Parents receive an ID card with their child’s picture and fingerprint using new, inkless technology. On the ID card is a telephone number to call after reporting a missing child to police. Once activated, the KIDS program can produce a document containing the child’s picture and biographical and descriptive information. This service is free to Chicago parents.