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December 8, 2002

Albany- The Remaining Few Motorcycle Club's held its 19th annual toy run Sunday.

About 400 bikers donated toys, canned goods and money for needy families. Organizers say this has been the biggest turn out since they started the event.

These toys are for here and for all over the world. This is for Albany and South Georgia, and there's people that need help here," says Remaining Few Bike Club member, Rich Brown

Brown says he doesn't know how much they collected yet, but all 400 bikers donated something.

He also says 30 South Georgia business and restaurants donated money, food and gifts.

Posted at 6:05 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com

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