Toy Run is a success

Carter Haydu
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Adorned with fairy wings and some stuffed toys, a biker makes his way up Main Street North as part of the annual Toy Run on Sept. 15, 2012.

Moose Jaw Cycle Association president Murray Roney said he lost count of how many bikes participated in the annual Toy Run at about 350 on Saturday.

He said the fundraising event to raise toys for children in need was a huge success, and the pile of goodies in front of Salvation Army church at the end of the parade proves it.

The Salvation Army puts those toys in Christmas hampers. A Cycle Association steak night on Saturday also raised money for winter clothes to put in those hampers. Roney said many people also donated money towards the cause.

For more on this story, read an upcoming edition of the Times-Herald.

Organizations: The Salvation Army, Moose Jaw Cycle Association, Times-Herald

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