Bad Santas did good on Dec. 6 at an annual fundraiser for the AIDS Vaccine 200 at Woofs.
Bears aplenty were sighted at the Bad Santa event, which provided a good reason to get out from the cold and hoist a glass while helping the cause.
The AV200 is an annual cycling event where individuals and teams raise money to go toward finding a vaccine for HIV/AIDS. The 19th Annual AV200 will take place next May starting at the Emory Vaccine Center.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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