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Rotary Club Car Show Raises Over $60K

The Rotary Club of Glendale Noon held its seventh annual Cars for Cops & Kids Car Show on Sunday, June 2, at Verdugo Park, an event that showcased more than 200 vehicles and attracted hundreds of car enthusiasts and community members.
The event featured a variety of cars, from classic beauties to modern marvels, and culminated in the awarding of 48 trophies to the best entries. Thanks to the generosity of the event sponsors and the community’s overwhelming support, the car show raised over $60,000, contributing to a total of more than $350,000 since its inception in 2017.
All proceeds from the Cars for Cops & Kids Car Show are dedicated to supporting local youth programs, with a focus on initiatives for at-risk youth organized by the Glendale Police Foundation. This year’s show was a resounding success, reflecting the community’s commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of young people in the area.
“This event is a testament to the power of community,” said Lt. Joshua Wofford, a Rotarian and one of the event’s co-chairs. “Together, we are driving change and creating opportunities for our youth.”
Sgt. Teal Metts, also a Rotarian and co-chair, added, “Seeing the support from our community and the smiles on the faces of the kids we help is incredibly rewarding. We are making a real difference.”
The Rotary Club of Glendale Noon thanked all car show participants, sponsors, volunteers and attendees for their support and enthusiasm. If you are interested in learning more about Rotary or would like to make a difference in the community, please visit GlendaleRotary.org.

First published in the June 8 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.

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