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Baskets of Hope Serving Baskets of Love to the Community

Baskets of Hope and Riderz 4 Life are always at it. Shaun and Ramiro have made helping and giving to the community a way of life. Their endeavors are growing. People are coming on board and each event becomes more impressive.

Doin' good in the hood
Doin' good in the hood
Photos by Lleslie
Baskets of Hope community event
Baskets of Hope

This past weekend Shaun and Ramiro collaborated with Sierra Sunrise Coalition, LVMPD North East Area Command (NEAC ), Nicks BBQ and Area 51 Stage Works. Metro donated water and food. The community at large was invited to this family event.

Nick's BBQ did some serious cooking. Nick was so busy serving the community he was unable to be in the video. Area 51 pumped up the jam from beginning to end. Volunteers included Grace Baptist Church, Boys Scout 323 and the Johnson-Hanks Kingdom Kidz.

Fat Boys Chop Shop chilled on the side. Ramiro circulated but looked on with pride as folks admired the Riderz spectacular bikes. Ramiro is non-stop even after the event was over and most of the folks had left Riderz 4 Life and Fat Boys Chop Shop challenged each other to purchase an additional 20 filled backpacks totaling 40 more loaded back packs for the community.

People lined up for food. Shaun was attentive to everybody. Always a great host at Basket of Hope and Riderz 4 Life events. Both Shaun and Ramiro took the ice bucket challenge. Ramiro is a pro, I didn’t see him flinch. It was his fifth ice bucket challenge. Ramiro is so cool he just shook off the cold and put his hat back on.

The event was a great success. Check out the slide show and video. You’ll meet four great guys

Thank you for reading and may the Lord richly bless you and yours.

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