CALL FOR ACCOUNTS OF POLICE ENCOUNTERS!
We are collecting statements from victims of traffic incidents who have had police reports written incorrectly, not at all, or otherwise feel their cases were not properly investigated. We are seeking to reform police procedures in the same manner that police treatment of domestic violence cases has been improved. Get heard at firstname.lastname@example.org. All emails will be treated confidentially. Or call 415-431-BIKE, x2. We also need assistance from attorneys and legal volunteers. Contact Mona Lisa Wallace, Esq. at email@example.com.
CALL FOR ENTRIES IN ART SHOW
We are now soliciting entries for the must-see July art show "Art by Bicyclists & Bicycle-Friendly Art," curated by SFBC member Richard Lynch. Entries must be submitted by May 18th. Awards up to $50 for outstanding work. 431-BIKE or firstname.lastname@example.org
BOX OF EXTENDED GRATITUDE:
To Bellwether for sponsoring the SFBC Benefit Sale in January, on behalf of the hundreds of people who got great deals on great clothes and the entire SFBC, which received more than $4,000.
To the following 1998 donors, who we inadvertently left out of our Annual Report, our apologies and thanks Sam LaHanna Joan Straumanis Bill Stender Barry Hermanson Acme Scenery Cal Fed Bank St. Francis Lutheran Church Zellerbach Family Fund Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council San Francisco Community Recyclers Foundation for Culture and Ecology San Francisco Beautiful
To Black Dog Bicycle Delivery, who reliably deliver the SFBCs business on a pro bono basis, helping us put our funds to bicycle advocacy. Call Black Dog at 415-431-9286.