Great Display Ladies and Gents!
Prince George, B.C. – Members of the motorcycling community in Prince George and area certainly did themselves proud on Sunday.
The 34th annual Prince George Toy Run took place under threatening skies but that didn’t deter them from turning out with a wide variety of gifts which the Salvation Army will distribute to under-privileged youngsters, including teens, this Christmas.
The Army’s Toy Run coordinator Bill Glasgow says 322 bikes, many of them with a co-pilot aboard, took part in the parade of bikes that accessed Tyner Boulevard and University Way via Ospika, made its way up Foothills to the Hart, did a loop through South Kelly back to Foothills and then returned to the CN Centre parking lot. As well, another twenty bike riders who didn’t ride today stilled showed up with their donations to the cause.
Glasgow says the final tally on donated gifts and proceeds from T-shirt sales and other fundraisers will be out shortly.