Bikers Donate Teddy Bears To Children’s Shelter

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FORT SMITH (KFSM)- A group of bikers donated teddy bears to the children of The Hamilton House in Fort Smith Saturday (Oct. 25).

The Thunder Heads, BACA, and West Side crew all met in downtown Fort Smith at the Old Fort Harley Davidson for the second annual teddy bear round up.

More than 100 bikers delivered what they call Thunder Buddies to children who've suffered abuse.

"We're just basically getting together,  riding and working towards a positive end, getting some teddy bears for these kids," said Mario Tabarez, member of the Thunder Heads. "They've already been through a lot of trauma and stuff like that we're just trying to help out."

They donated nearly 1,000 teddy bears to children at the house.

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  • Christopher J Smith

    why didnt yall mention voodoo misfits? they were the ones the held the whole event and ride to the child safety center.

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