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BROs Motorcycle Club Kicks Off the Annual Holiday Season Toy Run

by Children's Home of Reading

Oct 14, 2021
The Children's Home of Reading

Motorcycles, Cars, Trucks, Buses and any street legal mode of transportation are welcome to join in the fun, rain or shine to kick off the holiday season with the BROs Motorcycle Club on October 17, starting with check-in from 11am-12:15pm. at the Birdsboro Fire Hall; motors running, tops down, helmets on and kickstands up at 12:30pm. Presentation of the gifts to the kids at The Children’s Home will take place around 1pm. in the rear of 1010 Centre Ave, Reading, PA along with a chance to show off your bikes and answer questions from the kids and staff.  Masks must be worn on campus and will be supplied to the riders upon check-in.

“Every year BROs Motorcycle Club kicks off our annual Holiday Drive for the kids and our residents love it,” said Jill Troutman, VP of Advancement, “they can’t wait to see all the motorcycles and cars cruising past our residential treatment facility, this year it will be like a full on parade!  It’s exciting for them and something different from the normal routine.”

“We are so grateful to BROs Motorcycle Club for organizing a COVID safe event that everyone can participate in,” Troutman said, “This year the riders will be able to dismount and interact with our staff and kids.  It’s a win-win for everyone and a definite “feel good” event!”

Interested parties who have questions or wish to participate in the toy run should contact Dean 610-781 5186 or to learn more about the Holiday Drive or items that are needed they can contact 610-478-4266 ext. 1249 or visit buildingkidslives.org for the most up to date wish list or more information.

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