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Photo: Bicycle built by two

Building bicycles: Seth Lee, a fourth-grader at Progress Elementary, sizes up a bicycle he and OpenEye’s Matt Tyson, left, assembled on Dec. 14 at OpenEye’s warehouse in Liberty Lake. Due to inventory numbers, the pair assembled a girls bike together, but Seth would ultimately be getting a boys model. OpenEye gave 75 bikes to youngsters in need, letting children assemble the bikes with employees in the company warehouse. OpenEye designs and manufactures video recorders and surveillance equipment. (Tyler Tjomsland)
Building bicycles: Seth Lee, a fourth-grader at Progress Elementary, sizes up a bicycle he and OpenEye’s Matt Tyson, left, assembled on Dec. 14 at OpenEye’s warehouse in Liberty Lake. Due to inventory numbers, the pair assembled a girls bike together, but Seth would ultimately be getting a boys model. OpenEye gave 75 bikes to youngsters in need, letting children assemble the bikes with employees in the company warehouse. OpenEye designs and manufactures video recorders and surveillance equipment. (Tyler Tjomsland)






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