Suncoast Brotherhood Motorcycle Run Raises Toys for Foster Children

The Suncoast Brotherhood's 32nd annual Toy Run raised money and toys for the Pinellas County Foster and Adoptive Parents Association on Dec. 16 at American Legion Post 275 in Dunedin.

Eddie Michels captured these photos of the Suncoast Brotherhood's 32nd Annual Toy Run helped raise unwrapped toy donations for children on Sunday, Dec. 16.

Hundreds of motorcyclists gathered at the K-Mart parking lot in Clearwater and American Legion Post 275 with toys. Participants rode with a police escort to American Legion Post 275 via State Road 580 and Bayshore Boulevard.

All toy donations go to the Pinellas County Foster and Adoptive Parents Association.

Eric Peterson December 17, 2012 at 01:08 PM
We are so grateful that this group does this. Thank you, all. What also impressed me, was how the neighborhood kids (mostly 12 and younger) gathered at the ends of the streets along Pinehurst and San Christopher Dr. to watch this massive parade and collect candy and beads as the bikers tossed out trinkets and waved. The kids LOVE this event, and it gives you the opportunity to explain to them the spirit of what they are seeing. Plus, it's just plain cool to watch!
Terry Hopkins December 17, 2012 at 04:27 PM
This is first time I missed this event in 5 years...I usually help with the parking, with "Just Jeff". the Suncaost Brotherhood does get work and this event is a must see for Dunedin lovers of parades and motorcycles. Sorry, I missed the event and please mark your calendars for next year!
Kathy Noury December 17, 2012 at 10:17 PM
Unfortunately, I could not make it, but looking @ the bikes in the parking lot gave me the chills. What a wonderful bunch of folks, Dunedin is truly Blessed to have them and the Legion.
Tyler Sontag December 17, 2012 at 11:16 PM
I have some photos and a video I will share.


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