. - They call themselves the Sin City Disciples, but behind the name, the leather, and the perception, lies a simple group of people helping those in their Oak Grove neighborhood have a Merry Christmas. "If I can give something to some one that maybe I don't know if they can afford it or not, but just the giving, being able to give to someone and their kids oh man it's a great feeling," says Gregory Taylor. "This means a lot when you can help the less fortunate. I wish I could give more, I wish I could, if i had my choice I'd give all the kids presents," adds Edward Holmes. The group held a Christmas party and toy run for neighborhood kids, and want people to look past the stereotypes commonly associated with motorcycle clubs. "We are just trying to get rid of that negative vibe that the community has about us and like I said this is just some of the things that we do. Guys do mentoring and stuff like that you know trying to help and also trying to pull kids out the gangs," says Terry Smith "I'm just a guy. I ride a Harley Davidson, but I'm no different from nobody else. I go to work, and I go to church, I believe in God, I believe in helping people," adds Taylor. Helping the community they live in....and ride in.... "You wish you could help every kid, but you can't so the little bit that you can do you try to give it all that you have. I wish we could help every kid, but the little bit we can we give back," says Holmes, "From us to the teachers coaches everyday people just I mean just whoever,just as long as everybody is involved. It's going to be some work. We want it to change over night and it's not going to happen overnight," says Smith.
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