Law enforcement and motorcycle riders connected to give back to the community, Sunday.
The 28th annual Catoosa County Toy Ride started Sunday afternoon at the Big Lots in Fort Oglethorpe and ended at Ringgold High School.
Organizers said the goal is to gather toys & cash for less fortunate kids of Catoosa County, and to bridge the gap between riders and law enforcement.
They hope to raise at least 25-hundred dollars and half of a tractor-trailer load of toys.
TDOT is putting all roadway projects on hold to make the trip a little easier on the thousands expected to travel for the big day.
Corker was the keynote speaker at the Rotary Club meeting luncheon Thursday, and had sharp criticism of President Trump.
The national holiday started in 2016 and is sponsored by On the Border.
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