A volunteer effort by CarMax associates, Giants staff members and the military support organization Blue Star Families gave children and relatives of U.S. service members a memorable Friday. The 20 local children and their family members got a behind-the-scenes tour of AT&T Park, with a bonus for each child: a bicycle. Above, 6-year-old Hanna (left) and 8-year-old Briana Webster, sisters from Alameda, and the other children get a look at their new rides, put together by the volunteers, at right. Briana needed a new bicycle, making her surprise that much better.
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