SOUTH MILWAUKEE - A used bike sale to benefit South Milwaukee Human Concerns will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 10, at SMHC, 1029 Milwaukee Ave.
The popular annual event gives new life to adult and children’s pre-owned bicycles while also aiding SMHC, the city’s emergency food pantry.
Bike prices start at $5. More than 70 bikes will be available, sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
Many of the bikes are donated to SMHC through the South Milwaukee Police Department, which recovers the unclaimed bikes.
“We are again pleased to work with the South Milwaukee Police Department in this worthwhile effort,” said Deb DeBoer, SMHC director. “The officers do incredible community work; this is just one more example.”
Donations of used but rideable bikes for the sale are welcome. Bring bikes to SMHC during open hours or call 414-764-5340.
SMHC is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that receives no taxpayer funding. For other ways to help support SMHC, go online smhumanconcerns.org.