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Bikers giving away bikes
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Silent Creed is gearing up for its Bikes from Bikers giveaway. Pictured, from left, are Silent Creed club members Chuck Anderson (retired), president Darrin Turner, Bob Hicks, and Kerry Jordan with previously donated bikes. For anyone interested in donating to this effort, please call 931-507-SCMC for further information. - photo by Sheila Fann

Bikes from bikers is the theme this holiday season for the members of Silent Creed. The motorcycle group will be spreading holiday cheer by donating bicycles to children whose families may need assistance. 

“We just want to see children have a good Christmas and for the parents not to have to worry,” said Silent Creed member Chuck Anderson.

Club president Darrin Turner, along with many others of the group who have worked in this seasonal effort for several years, realize there is possibly more demand than supply. Keeping this in mind, they have decided to proceed with a simple drawing-style giveaway. For anyone who would like to participate in this effort, please call the clubhouse at 931-507-SCMC. Donations of new bicycles are welcomed. 

“This effort means a lot to us,” said Turner. “We also are involved with the toy run. This season is all about the kids for us and we want to do whatever we can to assist as many as we can.”

For anyone who would like to enter the drawing, there are tickets on the outside of the Silent Creed Clubhouse at 414 Beersheba Street. Complete the information of name, age, gender, and phone number.  

Dec. 20 is the last day to enter your child’s name and the drawing for winners will be held that same day at 4:30 p.m. The drawing will be streamed live on Facebook from the group’s page, Silent Creed MC Tennessee (support page).

“We will keep drawing names as long as we have bicycles to give,” said Turner. For the winners, bicycle pick up will be at the Silent Creed Clubhouse on Dec. 22 from 4:30 to 7 p.m.

Kerry Jordan of Silent Creed said, “It’s the best time of the year and I love having the opportunity to do this and give to the community.”