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MYRTLEFORD’S Kustom Car Club has given back to the community following a hugely successful “Show and Shine and Swap Meet” last month.
The club presented a $1000 cheque to the L2P drivers program and $250 to the Myrtleford Men’s Shed at Ruby’s Takeaway on Sunday morning.
Stefan Saric from the Kustom Car Club, said that helping community groups was something that his club were always keen to do.
“Both those groups are really important for our community at two different ends so we are thrilled to be able to support them,” he added.
“Hopefully this is something we will be able to do more of as the Show and Shine and Swap Meet continues to grow and get bigger.”
Men’s Shed President, Kevin Dinneen noted that the donation was the second significant contribution made to the Shed by the Kustom Cars Club.
“This will go a long way to improving facilities and amenities at the Shed,” he added.
“I would like to invite all members of the Cars Club to come up to the Men’s Shed to see what we have to offer and how we could support or assist any of your endeavours going forward.”
It is estimated over 1000 people attended this year’s Show ‘n’ Shine and Swap Meet that included over 150 cars.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE: St Mary’s grade three and four students involved in the interactive lifesaving session that came to their school last week. BY TATE SPITERI