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Thunderbirds to present check to Martha's Home

Amarillo, TX - The High Plains Thunderbirds plan to donate their proceeds from their Day of Thunder car show to Martha's Home on Saturday. 

At 6:00 p.m. at Tripp's Harley Davidson, located at I-40 and Bell, Martha's Home will host an appreciation dinner and check presentation. Mayor Paul Harpole will attend the dinner and speak about his support of the organizations. 

Martha's Home is a nonprofit organization that provides shelter and support for homeless women and mothers with children. The Thunderbird Club has donated over $27,500 to Martha's Home over the years.

For more information, contact Mary Kay Kuhrts at 367-1757 or email her at marykay@marthashome.org
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