Motorcyclists bring some holiday toy’s along for their Sunday ride to help out area kids in need.

Dog Pack motorcycle club hosted a toy run for the Lafayette House this morning.
Lafayette House is a safe haven and treatment facility for those dealing with domestic or sexual abuse or substance abuse.
More than fifty bikers and friends met at McClelland Park for donuts and coffee before taking the ride.
All toys at the end of the trip are donated to the Lafayette House to be distributed to children.
With concerns of other organizations not being able to hold this event, Dog Pack took it upon themselves to keep it going.

“It makes me feel great … Makes me feel great. We got coffee out here, donuts. Everyboy’s chipped in, participated, been helping out make sure it continues and goes on.” says Roy Moore, Dog Pack Spokesperson

Moore adds he would like to do more advertising for next year’s event and hopefully bring more people out.