Beaufort Classic Car & Truck Club members receive award for community service

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Pictured from left to right is Lottie Parker, Theresa Pulliam and Anita Henson.


On Tuesday, February 7, Colonial Dames XVII Century President Anita Henson presented Community Service Awards to Theresa Pulliam and Lottie Parker. Pulliam and Parker are both active members of the Classic Car and Truck Club of Beaufort. They were honored for their leadership efforts in organizing the club’s annual Christmas Meals on Classic Wheels program. This year the club worked with Vaden of Beaufort — GMC, Chevrolet & Buick, which generously donated $1,000 to help with the funding of the meals. The Christmas meals were prepared by Bricks on Boundary owner Josh Potecha. On Christmas Eve day, the car club delivered more than 120 holiday meals to needy individuals and families, each delivered by club members in their classic cars.

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