Left, Frederic Smith, of Alton, stands with Wayne Schmidt, right, and fellow members of the Illinois Patriot Guard Riders on the O’Fallon I-64 overpass. The riders wait in anticipation for the Rolling Thunder riders, a group comprised of hundreds of motorcycle riders traveling from California to Washington, D.C., in honor of our country’s United States Veterans.
Left, Frederic Smith, of Alton, stands with Wayne Schmidt, right, and fellow members of the Illinois Patriot Guard Riders on the O’Fallon I-64 overpass. The riders wait in anticipation for the Rolling Thunder riders, a group comprised of hundreds of motorcycle riders traveling from California to Washington, D.C., in honor of our country’s United States Veterans. PROGRESS By Robyn L. Kirsch
Left, Frederic Smith, of Alton, stands with Wayne Schmidt, right, and fellow members of the Illinois Patriot Guard Riders on the O’Fallon I-64 overpass. The riders wait in anticipation for the Rolling Thunder riders, a group comprised of hundreds of motorcycle riders traveling from California to Washington, D.C., in honor of our country’s United States Veterans. PROGRESS By Robyn L. Kirsch

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