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Members of the Teamsters Horsemen motorcycle group used their good looks to help raise $500 in donations for the BC SPCA. - Natasha Bissonnette photo
Members of the Teamsters Horsemen motorcycle group used their good looks to help raise $500 in donations for the BC SPCA.
— image credit: Natasha Bissonnette photo

Cloverdale Reporter advertising consultant Natasha Bissonnette, left, and her son Jacob, were among the brave souls posting for a photo – by donation – with the Teamsters Horsemen during the recent Surrey Show ‘n Shine at the Cloverdale Blueberry Festival.

The motorcycle enthusiasts’ good looks helped raise $500 for the BC SPCA.

Way to go, guys!

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