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Nine groups of bikers with big hearts stopped into the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island recently to bring four large bags of toys to the children and their families. Bikers United, an organization of biker members from Jamaica, Queens, had a tour of the facility and were pleased when they learned how the Ronald McDonald House helps families locally and throughout the world.

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