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Over 1200 motorcycles left from harley davidson in Everett Mass. on a 30 mile bike run through surrounding towns and ending at East Boston,Mass..V.F.W. post 6. The bikes stretched out for a mile and a half and took over 45 minutes to pass.Police escorted all the way.These BIKERS raised over $65,000.00 dollars to renovate the homes of 21 year old Marine Cpl. Evan Reichenthal, who was severly wounded in Afghanistan and lost one leg and the use of his right arm,and fellow Marine Cpl.Gregg Caron,who lost both his legs in the same theater of war.
I was honored to take part in this bike run for these brave young men.I currently have a son serving as a first class petty officer in the Navy.I am proud of all the young men and woman in the Armed forces who keep America free.
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