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Corey Lass, right, and Carmel Hopkins roll into the Endless Summer Stomp Toy Run with a large stuffed animal for donation on Sunday, Aug 31. A total of 21 riders showed up with toys in tow despite poor weather and completed the ride. As well as the toys, $500 was raised to donate to the local chapter of the Salvation Army.  - Evan Buhler/Market News
Corey Lass, right, and Carmel Hopkins roll into the Endless Summer Stomp Toy Run with a large stuffed animal for donation on Sunday, Aug 31. A total of 21 riders showed up with toys in tow despite poor weather and completed the ride. As well as the toys, $500 was raised to donate to the local chapter of the Salvation Army.
— image credit: Evan Buhler/Market News

Corey Lass, right, and Carmel Hopkins roll into the Endless Summer Stomp Toy Run with a large stuffed animal for donation on Sunday, Aug 31. A total of 21 riders showed up with toys in tow despite poor weather and completed the ride. As well as the toys, $500 was raised to donate to the local chapter of the Salvation Army.

 

 

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