Harley-Day Toy Drive

By: Joe Gagnon Email
By: Joe Gagnon Email

Hundreds of riders were in holiday cheer, enjoying the Salvation Army Toy Drive as they do every year.
We all know the red hat and big sack of toys, but one Santa Claus made a lot more noise.
700 riders and kids hopped on their to show the less fortunate what Christmas is like.
Some kids will get a plane, a dollar, perhaps a ball because there are some children who don't feel special at all.
Sadly some parents can't buy gifts, no matter how hard they try and for others it almost puts a tear in their eye.
Onward to Stadium Grille to help folks never met, and everyone says this is the best year yet.
On Honda, on Kawasaki, on Hank and Charlie, Santa's reindeer got nothing on an ocean of Harleys.
With a rev of the engine and their gears a shiftin, 30 minutes later they all make it to Clifton.
It didn't take long, in fact, it was snappy besides Christmas is about spreading the cheer and making kids happy.
Children shouldn't feel sad, they should sing and dance, these are more than just toys they give a child a chance.


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