thousands of bikers weather the storm for the Salvation Army
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Many Shades of Mt. Rainier
Gator says ... on Sunday, Dec 6 at 5:43 PM
I rode in Oly and I'll be in Renton this weekend...It was a hell of a ride while it lasted. Lot's of good done, somehow the bikers know, but additional public information could only improve giving, right? There's still time before next weekends run.
Ronnie Johnston email@example.com says ... on Wednesday, Dec 2 at 9:30 AM
Are you covering the toy run this weekend? This area needs a feel good story after this week. Last year 10,00 bikes came, to give $100,000 worth of toys (about 7000) per www.olytoyrun.com. This is people doing good with lots of great Santa pictures.
Iceman says ... on Monday, Dec 8 at 4:56 PM
Very Sad Indeed. With the Poor Economy thousands donate time, monies, and gifts for the needy and nobody covers it. Only thing I heard on a news channel was "hundreds of bikes attended....." They couldn't even get the numbers right. Sad Indeed.
Matt Copple says ... on Sunday, Dec 7 at 7:51 PM
VERY SAD THAT OVER 10,000 BIKES SHOWED UP AT THE TOY RUN 12/6/08 AND BARELY ANY NEWS ON THIS. ALL STATIONS DID HOWEVER COVER A LOT OF NEGATIVE THINGS GOING ON.
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