Nanticoke car show raises money for children's charity
NANTICOKE (WOLF) -- More than 100 car owners came together today in Nanticoke to help raise money for a great cause.
The Holy Child/St. Faustina Grove Complex quickly filled with cars and trucks today for the Fall Harvest Car and Truck Show.
Its all to support Marley’s Mission.
The organization uses equine-assisted psychotherapy to help children who have suffered emotional trauma and abuse.
Each car owner paid $10 to register.
FOX56 meteorologist Mike Yalch hosted the show.
“For any kids that come there are pumpkins there for them so they will be able to take a pumpkin home for free. So its just a great fall day and a great fall season for a car show,” Yalch said.
“Everyone is here promoting a good cause and all the funds raised go back to the community so it’s a win-win for everyone.”
The organizers of the event also hosted a pasta dinner.
Those proceeds go to Marley’s Mission as well.