Outcast MC helping others over Thanksgiving

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(video) --- A local motorcycle club reaching out to help others over the Thanksgiving holiday.

The Lima Outcast MC holding a Thanksgiving feast for the community.  Along with the meal the club members also gave away food and clothing to people who are less fortunate.  The idea came from one of the club members who was in Columbus a few weeks ago and saw a homeless family on the street.  So the club decided they could help families in the same situation back here in Lima.

“A lot of things we do every day we take for granted and there are people out there doing far worse than any of us can ever think about," says Bishop of the Outcast MC.  "So I put this together and within a couple of weeks to basically to show the community and the people around us that are less fortunate that we are here and we are willing to lend a helping hand whenever we can.”

Bishop says that they are going to give back more this Christmas by adopting some families to make sure they have a great holiday.

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