Yonkers Motorcycle Club Gives Cheer for the Holiday

To Children and Adults with Significant Disabilities at Richmond Community Services Residence

Members of the Yonkers Motorcycle Club traded their black leather attire for Santa Claus and elves costumes to present gifts to children and adults with significant intellectual and physical disabilities at a Richmond Community Services holiday party at its 919 N. Broadway residence Dec. 13.

The club, which has been bringing toys to the residence for more than a dozen years, chose to devote its toy collecting – and dispensing – activities to Richmond because of its interest in children with disabilities and the successes the Mount Kisco based organization has had in providing positive recreational experiences for the people it assists. More than 70 children and young adults at the Yonkers residence, as well as their caregivers, were in attendance.

For additional information, contact: Bob or Sue Cole, Cole Communications, 914-793-0318; or Elyse Allbee, Richmond’s manager of recreation and volunteers, 914-968-1900, ext. 8050.