Open Arms Riders Adopt-a-Highway

Members of the Open Arms Riders added another community service project to their very busy schedule. Members picked up trash from Keans Neck Road as part of the Adopt-A-Highway program. The motorcyclists also help elderly homeowners maintain their yards, cook and delivery food to needy families and sponsor a health and fun day for kids in the Dale and Sheldon communities. Members pictured are, kneeling, Larry Albany and Terry Rollerson. Standing, from left to right, is Cedric Simmons, Tonya Mulligan, Pedro Albany, Sheila Mulligan, Bradford Thompson,
Leslie Bing, Karwanna Albany, Timmy Mulligan and Carl Mulligan.

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