Motorcycle club delivers 25 Thanksgiving boxes to local residents

Motorcycle club delivers 25 Thanksgiving boxes to local residents
November 30
03:00 2017

The Carolina Cruisers Motorcycle Club is fulfilling its annual project of delivering 25 Thanksgiving boxes to families that were listed with the Experiment In Self-Reliance (ESR), Piedmont Health Services Sickle Cell Agency, Department of Social Services and Winston-Salem State University.

The boxes included turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, macaroni and cheese, Jiffy muffin mix, four to six cans of corn, string beans, peas, yams, cranberry sauce, can milk, drinks and dinner rolls.

The Carolina Cruisers Motorcycle Club was organized in September 2006. The members currently make up the largest motorcycle club in the city, with a membership of 44, which includes both male and female bikers whose main goal is to help the people in our community.

Other projects that they do include supplying the Happy Hill and Piedmont Circle reunions with hot dogs and drinks; giving school supplies during the Boston Roundup; sponsoring with the Exquisites Ladies Social Club, Halloween Trunk or Treat; and the Easter Egg hunt at a park. During Christmas they help sponsor the Carl Russell Sr. Recreation Center with toys for its Christmas Peace Toys for War Toy Give-Away and make monetary donations to “Biking For The Band” at Carver High School, the Tiny Indians Football Team, Second Harvest Food Bank and Senior Services.

The Carolina Cruisers have sponsored charity rides to benefit people in need as part of supporting the community.

They received an award from New Bethel Baptist Church in 2012 for their community service endeavor. They were also recognized by the City of Winston-Salem for their involvement and work to the community.

They are a group of caring and compassionate people who happen to be motorcycle enthusiasts.

Carolina Cruisers mission is to serve people in need within the community. The president is Robert “Jolly Boy” Walker.

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