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November 19, 2004

Grady County -  Dixie Bikers is collecting toys for foster kids in Thomas and Grady Counties through a toy run Saturday. Close to 200 bikers are expected to rev up for the kids.

Organizer Mike Maxwell says, "A lot of families that take in Foster kids, couldn't afford to give them toys, so we got involved with them and some other people donate stuff and we're able to give these kids 5, 6 toys apiece."

The entry fee for the toy run is one unwrapped new toy. It begins at 1:30 at Beef O'Brady's in Thomasville, rain or shine.

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