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Gold Wings Deliver Toys to Hospitalized Children

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  Original Published: 8/17/2014

10 years in a row, the Gold Wings Road Riders have come to Boomer's Powersports in Mansfield to help donate toys and other items to children who are sick and hospitalized.

"Anybody is more than welcome to participate," said Boomer Holmes, owner of Boomer's Powersports. "If you can't participate, you're also welcome to drop off things to the store here. Coloring books, crayons, markers... we'll take them up to the hospital and give them to the children."

Mansfield Police escort the bikers, who then ride tothe hospital to distribute the items. Riders from all around the eastern part of the United States showed up, including riders who came in from Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Michigan, and more.

   
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