The Howell Rotary Club recently honored five students in Howell High
School’s advanced digital imaging class. The honor stems from a
collaboration between the Rotary Club and students in the class to
design this year’s Tour de Livingston bicycling jersey. Michael
Hardesty, Jason Hilt, Donovan Mattson, Christina McColl and Rachel
Sedgwick created the top five designs. Sedgwick’s design was selected as
this year’s Tour de Livingston bicycling jersey.
to major in digital media; so winning provided her with a boost of
confidence. “It is kinda a shock, I hadn’t won anything all year, but I
work really hard in the class, so it is really nice that that hard work
paid off. I’m going to be majoring in digital media next year, so it’s a
confidence booster. It is humbling to win,” said Sedgwick.
Howell Rotary Club is hosting its ninth annual Tour de Livingston
Sunday, Oct. 9. The Tour de Livingston is a fully supported bike tour
through scenic Livingston County during peak autumn colors. Riders start
from Mt. Brighton Ski Area and have the exclusive opportunity to ride
the Milford Road Course loop at the GM Proving Grounds, visit ice cream
shops in Hell, Michigan., and the farmers market in Howell. Proceeds
from the Howell Rotary's Tour de Livingston help transform the quality
of life for local families through basic needs programs and initiatives
via the Livingston County United Way. Riders choosing to raise $250 or
more in pledges will receive the special Tour de Livingston
commemorative bicycling jersey. For more information regarding Howell
Rotary Club’s Tour de Livingston, visit www.tourdelivingston.org.