Kylee Bonne, of Traverse City, holds a chain guard that was on the bicycle she was riding a little more than a year ago when she was the victim of a hit-and-run incident. A friend who removed the chain guard and gave it to Bonne wrote on it, 'A little remembrance of beating the odds, and showing the world that good will always overcome evil.'
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