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Riding into the past
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Ray Hallard, representing the Bee County Association for Retarded Citizens, presents a $100 gift certificate from Turnipseed's Boot & Show Repair to Trudie Dean, right, who walked 18 1/2 miles during the recent Hike-Bike for the Retarded and collected over $500 in pledges. Bike rider Billy Summerlin, left, was presented a new 10-speed bicycle from Mec Cushman Motor Sales for collecting $372.50 in pledges. Year unknown
Ray Hallard, representing the Bee County Association for Retarded Citizens, presents a $100 gift certificate from Turnipseed's Boot & Show Repair to Trudie Dean, right, who walked 18 1/2 miles during the recent Hike-Bike for the Retarded and collected over $500 in pledges. Bike rider Billy Summerlin, left, was presented a new 10-speed bicycle from Mec Cushman Motor Sales for collecting $372.50 in pledges. Year unknown
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Ray Hallard, representing the Bee County Association for Retarded Citizens, presents a $100 gift certificate from Turnipseed's Boot & Show Repair to Trudie Dean, right, who walked 18 1/2 miles during the recent Hike-Bike for the Retarded and collected over $500 in pledges. Bike rider Billy Summerlin, left, was presented a new 10-speed bicycle from Mec Cushman Motor Sales for collecting $372.50 in pledges. Year unknown
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