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Burrow Thunder a ‘roaring’ success

July 8, 2013

(Photo by Matthew Triponey/The Punxsutawney Spirit)

Saturday, the Punxsy Eagle Riders’ Burrow Thunder event roared through town as a way to bring bikes to the forefront and, most importantly, to raise money for the DuBois-Jefferson County Special Olympics.

Pictured (front, from left) before the event, during the bike show are Stacey Truman, DuBois-Jefferson County Special Olympics manager; David Thompson; Aimee Gruda; Makenna Truman; Ginger Frantz; (back) Joe Henninger, Groundhog Committee vice chairman; Jullian Witherow, Eagle Riders secretary; Fred Barenchik, Eagle Riders chaplain; Keith Raybuck, Eagle Riders treasurer; Bill Pearce, Eagle Riders vice president; Denny Fetterman, Eagles secretary; and Dennis Knox, Eagle Riders president.

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