Photo by Raquel Hermosillo

Photo by Raquel Hermosillo

Tour de Lavender donates big to trails coalition

Tour de Lavender volunteers and lavender farmers recently donated $5,000 for the Olympic Discovery Trail through the Peninsula Trails Coalition. The event on Aug. 6 brought in more than 300 cyclists. Over the past four years the cycling event has donated more than $10,000 to the discovery trail. For more information on Tour de Lavender, visit www.tourdelavender.org.

Tour de Lavender volunteers and lavender farmers recently donated $5,000 for the Olympic Discovery Trail through the Peninsula Trails Coalition. The event on Aug. 6 brought in more than 300 cyclists. Over the past four years the cycling event has donated more than $10,000 to the discovery trail. For more information on Tour de Lavender, visit www.tourdelavender.org.

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