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Buffalo Soldiers serving the community

Buffalo Soldiers serving the community
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The National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers Motorcycle Club (NABSTMC) is the world’s largest African American motorcycle club.

NABSTMC was founded by Kenneth (Dream Maker) Thomas in 1993. The club has grown to more than 100 chapters with a chapter in Hawaii and South Korea.

Their goal is to serve their community, educate the world about the 9th and 10th Cavalry and ride their iron horses, or motorcycles.

March 13 was established as the National Day of Service where all chapters of the NABSTMC participated in completing a project in their community.

The Central Alabama Buffalo Soldiers chapter is made up of members from Clay, Coosa, Tallapoosa, and Lee counties. The Central Alabama Buffalo Soldiers chapter provided goody bags to the residents of Brown Nursing Home and Rehabilitation in Alexander City and Goodwater HealthCare Center as their community service project.

Central Alabama Buffalo Soldiers have also assisted with distributing food items at the food drives in Goodwater and Alexander City in the months of February and March. 

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