Army Veterans hosting annual Toy Ride

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The event’s second year hopes to raise some cash, as well as some spirits, as all the toy and monetary donations will be hand delivered to the Dawson Creek Hospital Foundation.

The ride will begin at 11 a.m. and participants are being asked to meet at Peace Country Meats at 10 a.m. to allow for enough time for registration.

Participants will then partake in the organized ride, totalling approximately 45 minutes, with a delicious lunch of pulled pork sandwiches and Caesar salad afterwards.

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Registration will be taking place at Peace Country Meats, located on 101 Ave. and 107 St. and participants are being asked to bring a new toy for donation, along with $5 for registration fees.

Last year's event helped raise toys and funds for the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation.

The event is in honour of the late Sterne Jorgensen.

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