Monday, May 7, 2012

A Big Day for William (Will) Franklin Nordlie

  Autobahners have watched Will grow from the toddler in the side car (below) to the young man he is today (left).  He will be part of the Graduation Ceremony at Lincoln High School in Sioux Falls later this month.  He is very excited and will be having a party to celebrate his achievement.  He would like you to join him.
  Will and his older sister Nell grew up riding with their dad (Dale Nordlie) - first on the back of a bicycle, later as sidecar kids. From the time he was little, it was clear that Will was a special- needs child, but he loved riding just like other kids.  Dale rigged up a child safety harness in the sidecar and Will would squeal with delight and kick up his heels when it was time to buckle up.    He knew a ride was coming!  Over the years, Will rode often with his dad from trips around town to an occasional longer ride. 
  This May, Will, who just celebrated his 19th birthday, is to graduate from Lincoln High School in Sioux Falls.  Dale writes, “We're not quite sure what will be in his educational future, but we're certain he'll find time to be the sidecar pilot!”

SATURDAY, MAY 19TH, TUTHILL PARK (LOWER PICNIC SHELTER), 3600 S. Cliff Ave. SFSD.  Just east of Cliff Ave, South of I-229.
2:30 to 4:00 PM, 
We'd love to see you there!
Dale Nordlie & Romy Klessen

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