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HOGs to turn Mighty 8th black and blue for MDA
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SAVANNAH — Members of the Savannah Harley Owners Group will partner with MDA to host the 14th Annual Black and Blue Ball on June 28 from 7 p.m.-midnight at the Mighty 8th Heritage Museum in Savannah.

Entertainment will be provided by one of Savannah’s most popular bands, Main Street, and the Hoggettes will perform dance tunes created especially for children with muscular dystrophy. There will also be a live and silent auction and raffle prizes.

In 2007, the event raised more than $30,000. This year, event organizers hope to surpass that amount.

Proceeds from the Black and Blue Ball will benefit local children and adults living with neuromuscular diseases by providing wheelchairs, leg braces, clinic visits, support groups and a chance for children and young adults to attend MDA Summer Camp held in Rincon free of charge.

The Muscular Dystrophy Association is a national voluntary health organization dedicated to conquering more than 40 neuromuscular diseases that affect a million Americans of all ages.

The Savannah Harley Owners Group is a motorcycle enthusiast group whose members ride Harley-Davidson motorcycles. The Savannah HOG members are proud to give something back to the local community by helping MDA children and others who are less fortunate. To learn more about the Savannah HOG chapter, visit