AMVETS riders to hold benefit poker run for baby Elaina - Toledo News Now, News, Weather, Sports, Toledo, OH

AMVETS riders to hold benefit poker run for baby Elaina

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

The family of missing 1-year-old Elaina Steinfurth announced a poker run fundraiser to be held on August 3.

The ride is being put on by the AMVETS Riders Chapter 222 and will take place at the AMVETS post at 4133 N. Summit St. in Toledo.

Registration for the ride begins at 11am with the first bike heading out at noon. The ride should end around 3pm.

The cost to participate is $15 per driver and $5 per passenger with the price including a BBQ chicken meal. The price for the meal alone is $7.

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