Bikers in Camp Hill play poker for Wounded Warriors

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CAMP HILL, Pa. - Bikers in Cumberland County supported our area's Wounded Warriors with a Saturday ride!

The Riders 4 Life and LanCo held it's 2nd annual Poker Run.

It started at the VA Outpatient Clinic in Camp Hill.

Participants then rode to five different locations, drawing a poker card at every stop.

At the last stop, the person with the best hand won a prize.

Even though it was cold out, riders didn't want to miss the chance to help those who put their lives on the line.

Member of PA Wounded Warriors, Inc., Jack Peck says, "To have this many bikes and riders out is really a great thing.  It shows the dedication of all these people, most of them Veterans, probably... to come out and ride for the Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors."

At the end of the ride, participants enjoyed a nice dinner.

Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors, Inc. is a Pennsylvania Non-Profit Corporation.

They offer Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors, their families, or Pennsylvania veterans with medical emergencies in their families financial assistance.

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