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Northeast Times | December 1, 2021

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HALTOM CITY BUSINESS DONATES 120 NEW BICYCLES TOLOCAL ELEMENTARY STUDENTS

HALTOM CITY BUSINESS DONATES 120 NEW BICYCLES TOLOCAL ELEMENTARY STUDENTS

– Waste Connections, Inc. Staff Will Deliver on December 17th – (Haltom City, Texas) – The city of Haltom City is coordinating the 19th Annual ChristmasPromise Bike Build with their local office of Waste Connections. The staff at Waste Connections, Inc. raised money, purchased and built 120 new bicycles and helmets to be donated to students at O.H. Stowe Elementary school in Haltom City. O.H. Stowe Elementary school was selected this year based on their needs and because they participate in our annual Haltom City CARFEST. Keith Lane, City Manager of Haltom City said, “We are very proud of our partnership with Waste Connections, Inc. and this event is a testament to their commitment to serving our community – especially our kids.” Beginning at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, December 17, 2019, parents and families will gather at the gym to pick up their child’s free bicycle and helmet for Christmas! Staff from Waste Connections, Inc. will be on hand to give away the bicycles, as well as representatives from Haltom City and staff from O.H. Stowe Elementary. Last year, Waste Connections, Inc. donated over 8,000 bikes to children across the USA. They hope to exceed that number this year through their staff’s generous donations and time to give back to the community that they serve. Haltom City is proud to be home to this community-minded business and thank them for their service in Haltom City.

ABOUT HALTOM CITY
Haltom City is a Northeast Tarrant County city of 44,000 hard-working Texans that take
pride in their comfortable neighborhoods and the town’s unique history as the center of
the Birdville Settlement and the original Tarrant County seat. Haltom City is a principal
city of the DFW Metroplex located 6 miles from Downtown Fort Worth, 20 miles from
DFW International Airport and 30 miles from Downtown Dallas.