ADA Diesel & Offroad hosts fundraiser in Aberdeen

A beautiful, sunny afternoon was the backdrop for a fundraiser event hosted by ADA Diesel & Offroad in Aberdeen on Saturday. The benefit, held at Railhouse Brewery on East South Street, featured over 40 vehicles of various types, including several Jeeps and even a 1979 Mack truck.

ADA Diesel & Offroad hosts fundraiser event in Aberdeen
Displayed vehicles at a fundraiser event hosted by ADA Diesel & Offroad in Aberdeen

There was an RTI ramp that allowed drivers of offroad vehicles to show off their flexibility. 

There was also face painting, but the main attraction was the dunk tank, which Anthony Millington, owner of ADA Diesel & Offroad, an automotive repair shop in Aberdeen, participated in. Kids of all ages and even adults took turns throwing balls and dunking him. 

ADA Diesel & Offroad hosts fundraiser in Aberdeen Saturday
Anthony Millington, owner of ADA Diesel & Offroad

The event was a success and raised several hundred dollars for Sandhills Children’s Center, a nonprofit developmental day school that opened in 1970.

ADA Diesel & Offroad hosts fundraiser Aberdeen
Owner of Moonshiner Jeep

Winners of the most liked off-road vehicles were Moonshiner and Psychopath.

Moonshiner also took home the trophy for the highest spot on the RTI ramp.

Feature photo: Owner of Psychopath Jeep.

~Article and photos by Sandhills Sentinel reporter Daniel Gwyn. Daniel has been reporting for Sandhills Sentinel since 2020.

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