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KLN sponsors Twins motorcycle giveaway

The Minnesota Twins’ Bert Blyleven sits on the 2014 Custom Harley Davidson Road King that he inspired. The bike will be raffled off on August 16 at Harmon Killebrew Hospice Day at Target Field. Submitted photo

KLN Family Brands of Perham is once again helping to sponsor a Minnesota Twins motorcycle giveaway to benefit Lakeland Hospice.

The Lakeland Hospice Foundation will be raffling the bike off during Harmon Killebrew Hospice Day at Target Field this August.

This year’s bike, a 2014 Harley Davidson Road King, has been dubbed “The Flying Dutchman” in honor of its namesake, Bert Blyleven.

Blyleven signed the bike during the inaugural Twinsfest held at Target Field this past weekend. Previously, Twinsfest had been held at the Metrodome.

Blyleven was so excited to see the bike for the first time that he exclaimed, “This is awesome! I’m so excited to be helping Lakeland Hospice.”

Featuring bright “dutch” orange, the bike is one-of-a-kind with custom detailing and Twins insignia.

Other prizes being raffled off include a premium fish house, a week-long stay in Mexico, and multiple Moondance packages. Nita Killebrew is slated to draw the winning tickets in August.

Tickets are $20 each.

Contact Tammy Anderson, Lakeland Hospice Foundation Director, at 218-998-1423 for more information, or visit