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A Sylvester motorcycle club is reaching out to help a family who lost almost everything in a fire.  We told you about the Tuckers earlier this week. Fire tore through their home on Donna Drive.

The Unique Ryders Motorcycle Club decided to arrange a charity ride to help the family. They invite you to join in on the short ride that will end up at the Tuckers' home, where they'll present the family with the donations.

"Just to let them know there are people in their community that do care about them that are here to help and they don't have to feel as if they are alone in this," said club member James Shipp.

The ride starts Sunday at 1:30 at the Shell Gas Station on Highway 82 in Sylvester.

You're encouraged to bring donations or school supplies to help the Tuckers.

 

 

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