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Iron Order Motorcycle Club donates

The Iron Order Motorcycle Club (IOMC) recently made a donation of $1,400 to Evergreen Youth & Family Services Inc. of Bemidji. The funds were raised through a motorcycle ride the group sponsored. All donations help Evergreen provide "Safety f...

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Pictured from left to right are Iron Order Motorcycle Club members Andy Appel “Compensation,” Brian Winter “Chaos,” Beth Dekrey, Evergreen Youth & Family Services, Inc. board member, Logan Carmichael “Red Beard” and Chad Nelson “Joker.”

The Iron Order Motorcycle Club (IOMC) recently made a donation of $1,400 to Evergreen Youth & Family Services Inc. of Bemidji. The funds were raised through a motorcycle ride the group sponsored. All donations help Evergreen provide "Safety for Youth, Support for Parents, and Help for Homeless Young Adults," a release said.

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