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Police officers teaching kids about traffic safety

BANGOR - People use the expression "it's like riding a bike," but knowing the laws of the road is just that. Once you learn them, its hard to forget.

Police officers from Brewer and Holden gave up their morning to teach kids about traffic and bike safety at Walmart.


An obstacle course was set up for children to ride bikes.


The course was made to teach kids about what to do at turns, stop signs, and other traffic obstacles.


Holden police officer Bruce Graybill said, "Big message is bike safety. Be aware of the rules of the road. Make sure that they do need to obey the same laws that vehicles need to obey."


Two bikes were given away at the end of the rodeo.


With this being their second year, it is hoped that the bike rodeo will become an annual event.

Shonna Narine

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Shonna Narine joined the ABC7 and FOX22 team in August 2017. Originally from Long Island (although she hides her accent for TV) she's excited to see what Maine has to offer.

She graduated from Five Towns College in Dix Hills Long Island where she anchored for their TV Club, and had her own radio show called "All Access Entertainment."

She won an outstanding achievement award and graduated on the dean's list.

Prior to graduation Shonna interned at News12 Long Island.

Shonna comes from a big family. With three older sisters, her parents, and six nieces and nephews there's never a dull moment when she's around them. When she's not working she enjoys working out, dancing, spending time with her fiance, and planning her wedding! Shonna would love to hear if you have any story ideas. You can email her at [email protected].