Anderson County Toy Run 2002
12 October 2002 - "For the Kids!"
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ACTR volunteer workers at Knoxville Harley-Davidson for the kick off of the 11th Annual Anderson County Toy Run.

Mary and Tammy selling 50-50 tickets. Over $1000 of 50-50 tickets were sold. Wino and Jan taking donations for chances on the bike.

It looks like there is a record number of riders for this year's run.

What's a Toy Run without Santa Claus.....

and Mrs. Santa Clause?

Let's start lining them up for the ride to Oak Ridge.

And we're on the road.

It appears that we have a very long parade.

From the back of the pack it is a very impressive group.

At the Backroad Pub and Grill, folks deliver the toys and donations.

Lot's of bikes, riders, and fun.

Ellen collects toys and donations for the kids.

And outside some were swapping stories..........

some were working to make this event happen......

and everyone was enjoying the food, fun and friendship.

The Bike Show sign up tent and........

some of the sharp bikes that were entered.

I wonder if they are talking about the bike show?

Inside the Backroad Pub and Grill, the party continues.

Brooke and Jennifer seem to be having a good time!

And the band did a great job of entertaining everyone with some real good music.

The auction and door prize drawing went very well. Did you win, Carla?

DJ, Teresa, and Becky are enjoying the auction.

Tammy, Debbie, with Fuzzy, who bought a lot of nice auction items. For the kids, thank you, Fuzzy,

Fuzzy bought this one-of-a-kind Toy Run quilt.

Clyde with Ellen, who was awarded this plaque for her outstanding work over the past year. She sure did a lot to make this year's event a great success.

And last but not least, the winner of the grand door prize, a 2002 H-D Sportster, is Mary Love of Clinton. Is she happy or what? Congratulations, Mary!

The Anderson County Toy Run, Inc. raised over $10,000 during this event to bring the total for the year to about $40,000 for the kids of Anderson county this Christmas. Congratulations to all. Outstanding job!