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Bicycle Exchanges's greatest need is for adult mounatin bikes

To The Daily Sun,

The Laconia Area Bike Exchange at 343 Court St. is open. We have two new volunteers, Eric Sleeper and Joe Bush.

Eric has set up his own work station and has his own tools. He has refurbished dozens of bikes and helps to organize the storage area. Joe has been repairing and stripping bikes. He has an extensive workshop setup at his home in Belmont where he works on the bikes and organizing parts.

Our greatest need is for adult mountain bikes of any condition.

Hours at the Bike Exchange are Tuesday, 4-5:30 p.m.; Thursday, noon-1 p.m.; Saturday 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

John Rogers


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What would happen in Mexico if we started waving U.S. flags?

To The Daily Sun,

I saw the pictures of the protesters outside of the Trump rally in California Thursday. What does waving the Mexican flag, disrupting traffic and trying to disrupt free speech show the country? What would happen in Mexico if Americans starting waving the American flag at a political rally?

I wonder if these protesters realize that the guy they are protesting pays millions in taxes that go to pay for their health care, welfare and food stamps. What exactly are these protesters afraid of? That someone might actually start enforcing the laws that are supposed to protect Americans?

Dennis Robitaille

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