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Remaining Few Poker Run set to ride

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

South Georgia motorcyclists, and even folks driving cars, are being invited to ride with the Remaining Few Support Club Saturday, February 16th,  to support children with diabetes.

The club's Second Annual Poker Run will go through Dougherty, Worth, and Lee Counties.

Riders will leave Whiskey River on Sylvester Road at ten A-M and end up at Bayou's on Philema Road at 2 where there will be an auction and entertainment.

The money will go to the Albany Area Y-M-C-A's diabetes camp for kids.

"They had a great summer out there with the kids," said Remaining Few Support Club  member Jason Akins.      "This year not only are we donating money to the Y to sponsor the camp, we've also picked two families in town who are affected by diabetes, and we are going to be sponsoring them also."

Also Saturday at 4, the Remaining Few Support Club will present a donation to build the World War Two memorial in Albany.

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