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  • Bikini bike wash benefits cancer centre

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    Top Rocker in Rosedale was host to a Bikini Bike Wash, put on by the Badlands Hell Raisers on Saturday, July 8 during the Motorcycle Madness weekend.

    They washed more than 60 motorcycles, raised $675, and committed to donating the funds to the Drumheller Community Cancer Clinic. Lionel Duncalf of Lionel Trucking generously matched the donation, making it a $1,350 donation.

    Presenting the cheques are Duncalf, right, with Linda Buchamer of Top Rocker.

    Mailphoto by Patrick Kolafa

  • Motorcycle Madness rumbles into the valley

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    The valley will be rumbling to the sweet sound of shovelheads, knuckleheads, and v-rods as Motorcycle Madness rolls into Wayne again this weekend.
    The annual motorcycle Poker Run and Show and Shine will be raising funds for the Greentree School and St. Anthony’s School breakfast programs.
    It all kicks off Friday night, July 7 at 5 p.m. with a meet and steak ride.
    On Saturday, July 8, the Last Chance Saloon will be hosting breakfast at 9 a.m. before the Show and Shine begins with registration starting at 10 a.m.
    The Last Chance Saloon is in the historic community of Wayne. Just follow the 11 bridges down Highway 10X.
    After the Show and Shine, stick around for biker games that could include everything from the ring joust to the slow ride.
    The Poker Run starts at 12:30 p.m., where riders will travel to different stops around the valley to pick up a card to make a hand. Supper begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Last Chance, with entertainment to follow.

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