Updated: December 1, 2020

​The Davis Odd Fellows Lodge “Zombie Bike Ride” on Halloween brought out over 1,000 children and adults in costume for a ride on the Davis Greenbelt.

But in addition, the Davis Lodge raised funds from sponsors of the Zombie Bike Ride to build six special tricycles that will be given free of charge to children with disabilities. These special tricycles will give the children mobility. Pictured with the six special tricycles are members of the Davis Odd Fellows Lodge, and representatives of NorCal Trykers, the agency that builds the special tricycles.

Left to right: Lea Rosenberg (Davis Odd Fellows), Cherie Herman (NorCal Trykers), Jim Kocsis (Davis Odd Fellows and NorCal Trykers), Zombie Bike Ride Committee Chair Aaron Wedra (Davis Odd Fellows), Maria Contreras Tebbutt (Davis Odd Fellows), Gill Williams (NorCal Trykers), Laurel Hassid (NorCal Trykers), and Past Grand Master Dave Rosenberg (Davis Odd Fellows).

 

 

 

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