Sept. 11: Kars for Kids Charity Car Show event

Fro WSJ Staff Reports

The Wake Forest Optimist Club presents the first annual Kars for Kids Charity Car Show. The charity car show will be held on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at The Market of Wake Forest shopping center located at Business 98 and Capitol Blvd.

This is a fun family friendly event and admission is free to spectators. Cars displayed and judged must pay a $20 registration fee. 

Antique, pony, trucks, muscle, rods, and custom cars and trucks will be on display. Everything from mild to wild — vintage to modern. 

The Grand Sponsor of Kars for Kids is Ted Wilder Agency State Farm Insurance. Wilder is also an avid antique car enthusiast and collector.

Attendees are also encouraged to eat and shop at the local retail establishments at The Market of Wake Forest, that are also sponsoring this event. 

Please bring four cans of food or personal hygiene products to donate to Tri-Area Ministry Food Pantry. 

The Wake Forest Optimist Club, part of one of the world’s largest civic service organizations, has chosen to hold a charity car show to fundraise to help the local youth of Wake Forest.

After limited expenses, 100% of the monies raised will go right back into the community to help “bring out the best in kids”. They provide food, clothing, hygiene products, school supplies and spread optimism to local schools. 

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