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Motorcycle Ride for Terre Haute Humane Society

Dozens road through the Valley this afternoon for the Terre Haute Humane Society's 100 Years of Caring event. The benefit was aimed at highlighting all of the shelter's work throughout the community in years past, and to spread the word about you can help the group now.
Area motorcycle riders hit the street on Sunday to celebrate a century of service for one local animal shelter.

Dozens road through the Valley this afternoon for the Terre Haute Humane Society's 100 Years of Caring event.
   
The benefit was aimed at highlighting all of the shelter's work throughout the community in years past, and to spread the word about you can help the group now.
   
Those who took part say the shelter relies heavily on those throughout the community, and it's up to everyone do to their part.

"The Humane Society depends on not adoptions, but people helping out. Without volunteers that come in and putting their time and energy into it, it just wouldn't go. The staff needs everybody," said volunteer Ed Stewart.

This was the first year for the motorcycle ride.
   
We have more information on getting involved with your local animal shelter click here.
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