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The second annual Car, Truck and Bike Show hosted Oct. 13 by Bayside Chevrolet donated more than $5,000 to End Hunger In Calvert County, a press release states. That morning, more than 150 cars, trucks and motorcycles rolled into the Prince Frederick dealership to help support one mission: ending hunger in Calvert County.
“When we learned about the reality of hunger in Calvert County and what was happening right in our backyard, we were compelled to do our part,” Bayside Chevrolet president Geoff Wannamaker said in the release. “Being a community driven dealership, we are always looking for ways to give back. Partnering with End Hunger In Calvert County was a natural fit for us. There is something everyone can do, and sponsoring the car show is another way that we can help make a difference.”
“When I researched End Hunger In Calvert County’s website and visited one of their food pantries, I could not believe what I learned,” Tim Deale, a volunteer for the car show, said in the release. “It is hard to believe that thousands of people are going hungry, right here in our own backyard. End Hunger In Calvert County is making a difference and I wanted to contribute.”
The event had registered 156 vehicles coming from as far away as New Jersey, Virginia, Frederick, Md., Dundalk, Md., and the Eastern Shore, according to the release. It showcased everything from original cars to restored to original cars, modified cars, customized cars, street rods, pro touring cars, race cars and classics.
To learn how to get involved, go to End Hunger In Calvert County online at www.endhungercalvert.org.