Friday, 07 August 2020 22:20

PA Car Enthusiasts Rally Together to Help School Children

Written by Steven Symes, Motorious
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With the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent shutdowns, many young families are struggling just to keep a roof overhead and food on the table.

That’s why it’s great to hear car enthusiasts are stepping up to help with the latter as the regular school year would start to kick off.


Nonprofit enthusiast group Route 11 Cruz’n recently gathered for a diverse car show at local dealer Parsons Interstate Ford in Shippensburg, PA, to raise money for the Shippensburg Area School District’s food insecurities fund. Local restaurants and other businesses pitched in for the event.


Money raised by the event went toward a worthy cause: feeding needy students in the Pennsylvania school district. With kids not attending classes in person at school, there’s more need than ever to ensure none of them goes hungry during the day.


The fact that car enthusiasts, who sometimes are portrayed in the media as being selfish scofflaws, stepped up to address such a need really says something. According to a local news report, one of the area principals reached out to Route 11 Cruz’n for help, so the group obviously has a good reputation with the community.

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