Motorcycle Society President Scott Tucker Makes Charity Donation

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According to HomeAndRecreation.org's article Scott Tucker, President of the Crippled Old Busted Bikers Society (COBB) recently made a generous charity donation to a local respite center in Pittsfield, MA. according to iBerkshires.com. The generous charity gift came about after local bikers held a fundraising bowling challenge. Tucker's COBB challenged bikers from the American Legion, with the intention being that the winners would decide which charity would be the lucky recipients.

According to HomeandRecreation.org's article, Scott Tucker, President of the Crippled Old Busted Bikers Society (COBB) recently made a generous charity donation to a local respite center in Pittsfield, MA. The generous charity gift came about after local bikers held a fundraising bowling challenge. Tucker's COBB challenged bikers from the American Legion, with the intention being that the winners would decide which charity would be the lucky recipients.

After the Legion were triumphant they gracefully decided to give a third of the funds raised to the COBB so they could also make a donation, the article reported. The COBB members elected to make their donation to the Supportive Day Program. Janie Hassinger, coordinator of the Program looked to be extremely delighted when President Scott Tucker presented the donation.

The generosity of the bikers has meant that not only did the Legion raise much needed funds for their food bank but a vital community service also benefited too. The article went on to say that the COBB members have been raising money for community based charities in the Massachusetts for over 8 years. On June 30 a motorcycle ride at the Dalton American Legion will raise funds for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

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