The annual Toys for Tots Motorcycle Rally brought out more than 800 bikes, and even more people. More than 1,300 toys have already been collected for this year's drive, but the marines have a number of other events scheduled hoping to collect more toys for the children of this community.
"We appreciate all the support from the local community, the biker clubs and Graves Harley Davidson," said Captain Kraig Smith, a U.S. Marine Corp.
You can drop off toys this Friday, the day after Thanksgiving at Wal-Mart on the South Loop, where the Toys for Tots truck will be set up. There are more than 1,200 kids in this community that need toys this year.