The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia



Among those gathered recently at the Beckley office of the American Red Cross to promote the upcoming Ride for the Red were Mike Jarrell, Expendables, seated left; Chuck Noll, Iron Shields SWV; Hank Bostic, Hope Riders of Christian Motorcycle Association; and Larry Vance, Hope Riders; and Virgil Berry, standing left, Red Cross volunteer; Roseann Berry, Red Cross Fayette-Nicholas-Greenbrier Valley executive director; Darrell Redden, Expendables; Jane Hardy, Red Cross volunteer; Stephanie Meadows, development coordinator for Red Cross in the Beckley area; Kevin Angles, Cole Harley-Davidson marketing director; Vic Bowman, Red Cross volunteer; and Dan Schultheis, Sheetz district manager.

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