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Good Deeds, Sept. 1

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Posted: Sunday, September 1, 2013 12:00 am

The following are fundraisers, donations and charitable events happening in the Midlands. Email your information about good deeds to or call 402-444-1040.

Annual event: The Kearney Volunteer Fire Department chapter of the Red Knights Motorcycle Club, Nebraska Chapter 2, has donated more than $3,700 in the last two years to Burn Camp near Burwell, Neb. The camp, for youths ages 7 to 18 who have suffered a burn injury, is set up by the Burn Center at St. Elizabeth Regional Medical Center in Lincoln. Proceeds from the Red Knights' annual 9/11 Honor Ride go to the camp. This year's ride will leave at noon Saturday from Fire Station 2, 3820 30th Ave. in Kearney. Check-in will begin at 10 a.m. The public is welcome to join the 120-mile-loop ride. The cost is $15 for a single rider or $25 for two sharing the same motorcycle. A party will follow at the Eagles Club in Kearney. You can sign up for the party alone for $6 at the door or sign up in the morning for both the ride and party. The party will include a silent auction.

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