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THEY’RE NOT TOYS


THEY’RE NOT TOYS But 38 participants used these bikes, plus a few autos, to raise about $3,000 to purchase toys for needy children in the fourth annual Buddy Oney Toy Run on Saturday. The event started from The Ranch in Rockdale and also made stops at Charlie’s in Lexington, Brushy Creek Barbecue in Thorndale, Pancho and Lefty’s in Hare, The Oak Club near Pettibone and Nat’s near Milano. Organizer Charles Starr said the money will be given to Christmas Roundup and the group has already collected about $2,000 worth of toys for Roundup. Reporter/Mike Brown THEY’RE NOT TOYS But 38 participants used these bikes, plus a few autos, to raise about $3,000 to purchase toys for needy children in the fourth annual Buddy Oney Toy Run on Saturday. The event started from The Ranch in Rockdale and also made stops at Charlie’s in Lexington, Brushy Creek Barbecue in Thorndale, Pancho and Lefty’s in Hare, The Oak Club near Pettibone and Nat’s near Milano. Organizer Charles Starr said the money will be given to Christmas Roundup and the group has already collected about $2,000 worth of toys for Roundup. Reporter/Mike Brown

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