The Bicycle Wheel Decorating Contest came about through collaboration with the Salinas Valley Fair in celebration of the Amgen Bicycle Event. Debra Cobb, Program Manager at Sol Treasures remarks, “the intent of the contest was to celebrate the Amgen tour of California coming to King City and engage the community to create art in a unique way. The contest was open to all in South Monterey County, and both Cobb and TJ Plew of the Salinas Valley Fair are pleased with the level of participation, including individuals, classrooms, businesses, and community groups. In true King City fashion, the city embraced the event with enthusiasm and creativity.
Sol Treasures would like to thank everyone who entered the First Salinas Valley Fair-Sol Treasures Bicycle Wheel Contest. There were 15 entries and the following winners were announced last Thursday evening at the Fair. Adult Division-Christopher Allen (1st), Verenice Amezcua (2nd), Anette Leeke (3rd). Group Division: Santa Lucia Elementary School’s 2nd Grade class taught by C.Salcido (1st), Santa Lucia Elem. School’s 2nd Grade Class (Schlaht) (2nd), State Farm (3rd). Youth 8 and under: Amelia Schierer (1st), Kellan Hinderscheid (2nd); Youth 9-12: Grace & Addie (1st), Denise Nahhas (2nd); Youth 13-17: Bella Apodaca (1st).