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Harley owners support Muscular Dystrophy

Kyle Hope is enjoying his new 2011 Heritage Softail Classic Harley Davidson Motorcycle. The lucky winner of the annual Harley Owners Group Canada, Kootenay Chapter (H.O.G.) was congratulated by Jim Johnston (raffle co-chairperson), Bob Webb (chairperson)  Stan McMaster (H.O.G. Secretary), Bill Munroe (Cranbrook Firefighter), Wayne Schell (H.O.G. Directorr) Don Simpson (H.O.G Treasurer) and Guy Liboiron (H.O.G. Assistant Director).  - Submitted
Kyle Hope is enjoying his new 2011 Heritage Softail Classic Harley Davidson Motorcycle. The lucky winner of the annual Harley Owners Group Canada, Kootenay Chapter (H.O.G.) was congratulated by Jim Johnston (raffle co-chairperson), Bob Webb (chairperson) Stan McMaster (H.O.G. Secretary), Bill Munroe (Cranbrook Firefighter), Wayne Schell (H.O.G. Directorr) Don Simpson (H.O.G Treasurer) and Guy Liboiron (H.O.G. Assistant Director).
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Kyle Hope was the lucky winner of a new 2011 Heritage Softail Classic Harley Davidson Motorcycle in the annual raffle of the Harley Owners Group Canada, Kootenay Chapter (H.O.G.). Muscular Dystrophy of Canada, along with H.O.G. wish to thank for their continued support: Bill Munroe & Cranbrook Professional Firefighters, auxiliary and students, ABC Restaurant, Zellers, Cranbrook Dodge, Heritage Inn, Kwik Print, Creston Overwaitea, Moyie Pub, Kootenay Ice organization, Harley Davidson of The Kootenays, (Chuck & Diane Pawelchko), Derek Kortschaga & B-104 and 102.9 Radio Stations (Jim Pattison Broadcast Group), all volunteers and everyone who purchased tickets for the raffle.

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