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Motorcyclists deliver big check for CHOG

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The 13th annual Kelsi Long Memorial Ride raised nearly $6,200 for the Children’s Hospital of Georgia on Saturday, March 21. About 150 motorcyclists participated in the fundraiser that has brought in about $75,000 since 2003 when organizer Mike Maddox started the event in memory of his granddaughter Kelsi Long. For more information, visit kelfoundation.org or grhealth.org/CHOG.

 

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Sporting chrome, leather, and big hearts, nearly 150 motorcyclists and riders surrounded the circular driveway at Children’s Hospital of Georgia to deliver a big check to support the specialized pediatric care needs at the area’s only children’s hospital.
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Children’s Hospital of Georgia patient Milla Mooney gets some “high-fives” from a couple of riders during the 13th annual Kelsi Long Memorial Ride.

 

 

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