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May 2, 2013

Salem walks to school tomorrow

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Tomorrow, groups of students will rendezvous at the Common and Greenlawn Cemetery. Parents will chaperone the walkers, and police and crossing guards will be placed along their routes.

Pelletier has compiled a map, showing the route of each group, with timed checkpoints along the way. Families can join the walkers midroute, without meeting at the rendezvous point, he said.

Officially, Massachusetts Walk and Bike to School Day is the first Wednesday in May, but tomorrow fit better with Salem’s schedule, Pelletier said.

For more details and a link to the map of tomorrow’s walking routes, see www.facebook.com/MassInMotionSalem.

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