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    Toy Run to Towns County, Georgia

    Please enjoy a simple PDF slideshow of the BMW Motorcycle Owners of Georgia annual Toy Run to fill Sheriff Rudy Eller's Empty Stocking.

    Snow.. slick roads... temps in the low 30s... it all melted with the warmth that our members showed to some families in need in the North Georgia Mountains.

    http://www.bmwmoga.org/ToyRide121904.pdf

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    Very Nice.

    Plus very cool PDF. How did you do that?
    -=Brad

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradfordBenn
    Very Nice.

    Plus very cool PDF. How did you do that?
    A member of our club did it... and I'm embarrassed to say, a not very computer literate one!

    He did it using an Adobe Program called Photoshop Album. I wasn't aware of it.

    Ian

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    Thumbs up Great cause!!

    Nice Pics!! It is great to know that the riding community in general is very generous indeed . Helping kids out in time of need is a wonderfull thing to do. I just rode in a large 'Toy-run' myself, in which over 35000 (no typo!!) bikers donate a toy and $10,= to, among other things the Joe Dimagio childrens hospital.
    This run ( Pompano to Weston FL) is, I believe, the biggest in the US. Steve Tyler from Aerosmith is an annual rider in this event too
    To all Happy Holidays!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Visian
    A member of our club did it... and I'm embarrassed to say, a not very computer literate one!

    He did it using an Adobe Program called Photoshop Album. I wasn't aware of it.

    Ian
    Thanks. I thought there was something I was missing in Acrobat...
    -=Brad

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