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Robby Gaines, Ride for Bikes event chairman, Shannon Johnson, sponsor liaison and promotions, and Don Greetan, director of transportation and delivery, show Theresa Genzling of Christmas for Our Troops one of about 500 Christmas cards made by 3- to 5-year-olds in the Artesia and Roswell Head Start Programs this morning at Navajo Refining. The cards were made as part of the Ride for Bikes charity, a group spearheaded by Navajo which gives out new bikes to kids for Christmas. According to Genzling, the cards will be sent off to troops currently serving in Afghanistan. Rob Larson – Daily Press
Robby Gaines, Ride for Bikes event chairman, Shannon Johnson, sponsor liaison and promotions, and Don Greetan, director of transportation and delivery, show Theresa Genzling of Christmas for Our Troops one of about 500 Christmas cards made by 3- to 5-year-olds in the Artesia and Roswell Head Start Programs this morning at Navajo Refining. The cards were made as part of the Ride for Bikes charity, a group spearheaded by Navajo which gives out new bikes to kids for Christmas. According to Genzling, the cards will be sent off to troops currently serving in Afghanistan.
Rob Larson – Daily Press

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