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The One Brotherhood Motorcycle Club, based in Salinas, held their annual adoption family event on Saturday. The club members and their families deliver gifts and food to the most needy families on the Central Coast. “I love that they have come out, that they are giving presents to my children and that they have also given me presents,” said Diana Almanza. The One Brotherhood Motorcycle Club has adopted Almanza this holiday season. “Best feeling ever… best feeling ever,” said Mark Lacuata, the founder of the One Brotherhood Motorcycle Club. “Once we open the U-haul, seeing their faces is priceless.” The One Brotherhood Motorcycle Club is unfolding a new tradition, with their 8th annual “Adopt a Family” event. This year they adopted five families; one in Seaside, four in Salinas and a low-income apartment complex in Salinas. One of the adopted families is Almanza and her two children. “I love my toys and I appreciate that they give us the presents and the candy,” said Almanza’s son Alexander. Almanza’s daughter added, “I have a puppy and makeup.” Almanza is a breast cancer survivor. But now she is fighting cancer again. The single mom said, “I’ve got it here on my neck, and I’ve got it in my spine, and I’ve got it in my stomach. So I’ve got cancer in my bones.” She adds, “I’m just glad I I’ve been given all the help and support and everything I’m going through.” The motorcycle club raises year-round funds to help families. They also receive donations from local businesses. They say it’s about bringing happiness in hard times, it just keeps going. “We as motorcyclists have big hearts. We love to give back to the community,” said Lacuata. “Merry Christmas from One Brotherhood Motorcycle Club and thanks to all our sponsors.”

The One Brotherhood Motorcycle Club, based in Salinas, held their annual adoption family event on Saturday. The club members and their families deliver gifts and food to the most needy families on the Central Coast.

“I’m very happy that they came out, that they are giving presents to my children and that they have also given presents to me,” said Diana Almanza.

The One Brotherhood Motorcycle Club has adopted Almanza this holiday season.

“Best feeling ever… best feeling ever,” said Mark Lacuata, the founder of the One Brotherhood Motorcycle Club. “Once we open the U-haul, seeing their faces is priceless.”

The One Brotherhood Motorcycle Club is unfolding a new tradition, with their 8th annual “Adopt a Family” event. This year they adopted five families; one in Seaside, four in Salinas and a low-income apartment complex in Salinas.

One of the adopted families is Almanza and her two children.

“I love my toys and I appreciate that they give us the presents and the candy,” said Almanza’s son Alexander. Almanza’s daughter added, “I have a puppy and makeup.”

Almanza is a breast cancer survivor. But now she’s fighting another battle with carcinoma cancer.

The single mother said, “I’ve got it here on my neck, and I’ve got it in my spine, and I’ve got it in my stomach. So I’ve got cancer in my bones.”

She adds, “I’m just glad I got all the help and support and everything I’m going through.”

The motorcycle club raises year-round funds to help families. They also receive donations from local businesses. They say it’s about bringing happiness in hard times, it just keeps going.

“We as motorcyclists have big hearts. We love to give back to the community,” said Lacuata. “Merry Christmas from One Brotherhood Motorcycle Club and thanks to all our sponsors.”

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