Monday, September 25, 2023

Strong turnout and support as Toy Run Roared through Prince Rupert/Port Edward


The Salvation Army on Greville Court was the staging area and starting line
for the 60 Biker riders in the 2023 Harley Riders Toy Run

They haven't released a final amount yet as to just how much they raised, but by all indications the 2023 Harley Riders Toy Run was another great success.

The turnout  of Riders was strong for a light drizzle run  as they headed out from the staging area on Grenville Court and made their way to Port Edward and around Prince Rupert, with the 60 Riders for the day's travels getting quite a few glances wherever they roared by Saturday.

Once in Port Edward, they had a lunch courtesy of the Port Edward Volunteer Fire Department, collected some donations and headed back to the Galloway Rapids Bridge and the run back to Rupert.

Port Edward Volunteer Fire Fighters hosted their annual
lunch for Prince Rupert's Harley Riders Toy Run and 
added to the day's donations 

(Image fro PEVFD FB)

In the evening the road took them and their guests to the Prince Rupert Curling Club for the wrap up dance to the event.

The Quiet before the Party ... The Seal Cove home for the Prince Rupert Curling
Club was the venue for the wrap up even to the Harley Riders Toy Run for 2023

On Arrival at the Curling Club following the day's run
(Image from PR Harley Riders FB)

Once they share word on the final tally from the 2023 Toy Run, we'll update our notes.

You can follow the Prince Rupert Harley Riders Social Media page for a look back at some of the events of Saturday and the thank you's for those who, participated, helped out or donated.

More Community Notes can be reviewed here.

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