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December 11, 2005

Albany- Thousands of toys were collected today for the south Georgia chapter of the Salvation Army. The Remaining Few Motorcycle Club held their 22nd annual Toy Run.

Riders donated a new toy or five canned goods to participate in today's ride. The group also collected more than 20 donation boxes placed though out Albany. All of the toys will go to kids in need here in south Georgia.

"All this stuff stays here in south Georgia, the Salvation Army's been with us 22 years and that was the deal that we made with them," said Rich Brown, Remaining Few Organizer.

Twenty five area sponsors helped advertise Sunday's ride that brought out more than 200 riders.

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