Quesnel Toy Run Goes Sunday
Prince George, B.C. – We’re well into September now and, for motorcycle enthusiasts, that means it won’t be long before that final ride of the season is taken before parking the bike for the winter.
However, just as prepping the bike for storage is an annual ritual so too, for the caring and compassionate members of the biking community, is the priority of setting aside of a little time to take part in Toy Run events in the region to help brighten the Christmas of children who might otherwise do without.
Organizers in Quesnel are inviting riders in the region to take part in the 33rd annual Jimmy Dunlop Memorial Toy Run tomorrow. It starts a 1 pm sharp Sunday at Sylvia’s Café, which is located 42 kilometres west of Quesnel on the Nazko Highway. The ride travels from there to Lebourdais Park in Quesnel for the presentation of toys and other festivities.
Those wanting more information about the ride can call Larry at (250) 992-3085.
And, here’s an early advisory on the Prince George Toy Run which goes September 25th from CN Centre starting at about 12 noon.
That event is open to ALL bikes and all of the proceeds go to the Salvation Army. Organizers ask that when deciding upon a toy to donate participants consider all ages, from infants to teens.
Those looking for more information about the Prince George Toy Run can contact Jenni at (250) 564-6667 or, Toll-free, at 1-866-564-6667.
The community is grateful for your compassion and caring attitude! You are awesome!
Nice day for it should lots of riders and goodies for the kids.
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