🚴♂️🎃🤝 Big Thanks to APAPA Davis Chapter & APAPA at UC Davis for their Support!
We're thrilled to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs association for being major sponsors of the Zombie Bike Ride Halloweekend Festival. 🧟♀️🚲
🌟 A little about APAPA Davis: One of the organization's primary goals is to increase youth leadership and civic engagement through their national internship program, as well as to make sure AANHPI people have fair representation in American democracy. This year, to that end, the Davis chapter is delighted to have paired student interns with Davis Mayor Will Arnold, Davis Vice-Mayor Josh Chapman, Davis City Councilwoman Gloria Partida, Yolo County Supervisor Lucas Frerichs, Yolo County Assessor Jesse Salinas (x2), Yolo County Supervisor Angel Barajas, DJUSD Superintendent Matt Best, and DJUSD Board President Lea Darrah.
The APAPA National Internship Program hosts over 250+ college student interns each year throughout the country from the CA state capitol in Sacramento to Washington, DC. Over 100+ elected officials collaborate with APAPA.
🤝 Both APAPA and the Zombie Bike Ride share a common goal - bringing the Davis community together to make it a better place for everyone. We couldn't be more grateful for their support in making Halloweekend memorable.
👻 Don't miss the chance to join us at the Zombie Bike Ride and all the spook-tacular Halloweekend activities. Check out all the details at www.zombiebikeparade.com.