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September 30, 2002

Albany--A brand new Harley Davidson motorcycle can be yours for just 100 dollars.

Of course, you have to have the lucky ticket. A 2002 Softail Deuce is the grand prize in Lee County Sertoma Club's reverse auction. Last year's bike auction raised $7,800 dollars for the YMCA. This year, the proceeds will be split with the Southwest Georgia Therapeutic Riding Center.

Lee County Sertoma member Wes Sadler says, "They really enlightened us about the benefits of the riding for the special needs kids so this year we are splitting the proceeds between the Therapeutic Riding Center and the YMCA."

The benefit is Thursday night at 6:30 at the Hasan Temple. Admission, including live music and food, is 25 dollars.

Posted at 4:20 p.m. by melissa.kill@walb.com