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— Rain or shine, members of the Soggy Bottom Riders of Dolgeville will take their ATVs through about 60 miles of trails Saturday in honor of three local children with cystic fibrosis.

The charity event will support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, particularly Morgan Baeulieu of Dolgeville and Rhionah and Cayden Egelston of Fonda.

“This is the first time a family has approached us for this cause,” said Bryan Steele, vice president of the ATV club. “Soggy Bottom Riders are kicking it off rain or shine. That's how we got our name.”

Steele said the ride, which will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., will begin at the Salisbury Fire Department and follow the local trailway system. Afterward, riders will attend a pig roast from 5 to 6 p.m. at the fire house.

“Registration costs $20,” he said. “Ten dollars goes to the foundation, and $10 goes to dinner and putting the ride together. Also, any other money raised, such as raffles, will go to the families of those children.”

Steele said he was happy to see the response for the event.

“The final numbers for riders involved are in the neighborhood of close to 80 people,” he said.

Marc Cool, president of Soggy Bottom Riders, said the money raised will be given to the foundation in care of the Egelston and Baeulieu families.

“We're doing this to help the families in a time of definite need,” he said. “We're showing them our support.”

Cool said each year the club conducts at least one charity event or benefit. This year, two will take place, including an upcoming event to benefit a child in Little Falls with cancer.

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