Sweet ride


Scott Roddy, right, of Sidney, watches as Camp Dalanda participant Makayla Hoaglin, 14, of Piqua, daughter of Jerry and Betty Hoaglin, tries out Roddy’s Harley Davidson motorcycle at Camp Dalanda, Thursday, July 13. Roddy came to Camp Dalanda with the Buckeye Chapter of the Knights of the Inferno, which is an international motorcycle club of former or current firefighters and military members. The Knights of the Inferno stopped by Camp Dalanda to donate a check for $3,000 to Shelby County Arc, which runs Camp Dalanda, an overnight camp in Houston for students in grades 6-10 with developmental disabilities. Shelby County Arc is an agency offering social and recreational programs to those with developmental disabilities in Shelby County.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Scott Roddy, right, of Sidney, watches as Camp Dalanda participant Makayla Hoaglin, 14, of Piqua, daughter of Jerry and Betty Hoaglin, tries out Roddy’s Harley Davidson motorcycle at Camp Dalanda, Thursday, July 13. Roddy came to Camp Dalanda with the Buckeye Chapter of the Knights of the Inferno, which is an international motorcycle club of former or current firefighters and military members. The Knights of the Inferno stopped by Camp Dalanda to donate a check for $3,000 to Shelby County Arc, which runs Camp Dalanda, an overnight camp in Houston for students in grades 6-10 with developmental disabilities. Shelby County Arc is an agency offering social and recreational programs to those with developmental disabilities in Shelby County.

Scott Roddy, right, of Sidney, watches as Camp Dalanda participant Makayla Hoaglin, 14, of Piqua, daughter of Jerry and Betty Hoaglin, tries out Roddy’s Harley Davidson motorcycle at Camp Dalanda, Thursday, July 13. Roddy came to Camp Dalanda with the Buckeye Chapter of the Knights of the Inferno, which is an international motorcycle club of former or current firefighters and military members. The Knights of the Inferno stopped by Camp Dalanda to donate a check for $3,000 to Shelby County Arc, which runs Camp Dalanda, an overnight camp in Houston for students in grades 6-10 with developmental disabilities. Shelby County Arc is an agency offering social and recreational programs to those with developmental disabilities in Shelby County.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/07/web1_SDN061517CampDalanda.jpgScott Roddy, right, of Sidney, watches as Camp Dalanda participant Makayla Hoaglin, 14, of Piqua, daughter of Jerry and Betty Hoaglin, tries out Roddy’s Harley Davidson motorcycle at Camp Dalanda, Thursday, July 13. Roddy came to Camp Dalanda with the Buckeye Chapter of the Knights of the Inferno, which is an international motorcycle club of former or current firefighters and military members. The Knights of the Inferno stopped by Camp Dalanda to donate a check for $3,000 to Shelby County Arc, which runs Camp Dalanda, an overnight camp in Houston for students in grades 6-10 with developmental disabilities. Shelby County Arc is an agency offering social and recreational programs to those with developmental disabilities in Shelby County. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News