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New winners announced for Abbott House bikes

The Abbott House and its Helping with Horsepower program announced the new winners of the motorcycles called "Second Chances" on Wednesday. Marvin and Debra Moor, of Kadoka, are now the owners of the two Harley Davidson Sportsters rebuilt by the ...

The Abbott House and its Helping with Horsepower program announced the new winners of the motorcycles called "Second Chances" on Wednesday.

Marvin and Debra Moor, of Kadoka, are now the owners of the two Harley Davidson Sportsters rebuilt by the girls at the Abbott House. The original winners, John and Tona Rozum, of Mitchell, donated the bikes they won on Nov. 23 back to the Abbott House. Tickets were resold to previous buyers, raising additional money for the program.

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