Iron Cross Ministries sponsors Ride for Peace

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Iron Cross Community Ministries recently held its 6th Annual Ride for Peace Motorcycle Ride. More than 200 motorcyclists were expected to come together in the name of UNITY.

Organizer Rev. Cornell Jones said the idea behind the event was to ride through the neighborhoods where there have been issues of violence with their message of peace.

The ride started at Three Rivers Harley Davidson, located at 1463 Glenn Ave., in Glenshaw, and ended at Eastminister Church on North Highland Avenue in East Liberty.

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BIKERS HEADED FOR THE CHURCH

 

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IRON CROSS MINISTRIES MEMBERS, from left, are: Larry Fielder from East Liberty, vice president; Tera Fielder; Toya Jones, wife of Rev. Jones; Rev. Cornell Jones, president; and Jemar Hammonds.

 

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VALERIE DIXON speaks of the impact of losing a son to violence on a mother.

 

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CONNIE MOORE speaks about the loss of her son.

 

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