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Poker Run and Fun

September 7, 2005

Albany- The Flint River Harley Davidson will host an open house and poker run benefiting the SouthWest Georgia Council on Aging. The event registration will begin at 9:00 am September 10th.

All are invited to participate and the first bike will leave at 10:00 am. Food, music and prizes will be awarded to the winner with the best poker hand. Charlie Hough owner of Flint River Harley-Davidson says, "their will be a lot of fun but most importantly the money goes to other programs with people that can use it."

In addition to the Poker run they will accept items for donation to Hurricane Katrina Victims at there Albany location. On October 1st their will be a parade for the victims. Riders will be asked to donate items for relief evacuees to join in the parade that will ride through Albany. You can contact www.flintriverharley.com for details on either event.

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