Christmas Meals on Classic Wheels

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For the past eight years on Christmas Eve, members of the Classic Car & Truck Club of Beaufort have delivered prepared meals to shut-ins and disabled individuals in their classic cars.
This year, 120 meals were delivered. The meals — consisting of turkey, ham, dressing, green bean casserole, salad, rolls, and dessert — were prepared by Josh Poticha and his staff at Bricks on Boundary.  Thanks to a donation from Vaden Chevrolet Buick GMC of Beaufort, the cost of the event was almost totally underwritten.  In the past, proceeds from club sponsored car shows paid for this event.
According to Theresa Pulliam, President of CC&TCB, the club donates to charitable organizations each year. During this year, donations were made to the Wounded Warrior Project and to the Catastrophic Disease Foundation in memory of a faithful member who passed away earlier in the year, Lowell Rorrer.
Projects planned for early 2012 include a Classic Car Display at Beaufort Academy on January 7 in conjunction with the Tate/Coursen Memorial Walk/Run to benefit Citizens Opposed to Domestic Abuse.  Also, the club will have a Classic Car Display at Habersham on February 4 in conjunction with the Annual Chili Festival, and a Car Show at the Soft Shell Crab Festival in Port Royal on April 21. On the first Friday of every month, a cruise-in is held in the Grayco parking lot on Lady’s Island.
For more information about the Classic Car & Truck Club of Beaufort, call Theresa Pulliam at 524-2604 or Membership Chairman Craig Lynch at 694-1897.

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