Cooper Ford was the scene for another successful “Cruzin 4 Kidz” car show Saturday. This event was even larger than the last with more vendors, more cars, and more fun.

From food to face-painting, t-shirts to gifts, raffles to Freckles the Dog, and of course, the cool cars, there was something for everyone.  Lighting McQueen and Dinoco cruised in all the way from Lexington to the kids delight. There was even a model car contest for the kids.  Fun was had by everyone who attended and money was raised to help children of Moore County. It was a win for everyone.

Caring Hearts for Kids of Moore’s Founder, Ann Kennedy, thanked all the volunteers, vendors, car owners, and the public for all their hard work to make the car show a great success.  In particular, Kennedy, gave a big shout out to volunteer, Samantha, for being Freckles the Dog mascot in 90 degree weather. 

Kennedy also thanked the car show sponsors:  Ruby Tuesday, Garner Law Firm, Texas Roadhouse, Rostra Powertrain Controls, Cooper Ford, Broadstreet Bar & Grill, Dark Horse Band, Statewide Roofing, Southern Irrigation & Lawn, Jacquelyn Emms & Tile Restoration Services.

“We had over 60 cars there with lots of new vendors this year. Car number 34, a 1967 Mustang Gt-Sport, was featured in the Velocity TV show, and the car was driven for the very first time coming to our car show,” said Kennedy. “We had a model car contest for the children with the winners receiving trophies and t-shirts. It was so fun to see and hear these kids’ stories about their cars. Cooper Ford donated $200 toward a kid’s raffle where 10 children won $20 each, and one of those kids gave $10 back to our cause. We also had one of the trophy winners give his trophy to a little boy, and the little boy smiled all day long.”

To learn more about Caring Hearts for Kids of Moore or to make a donation, please click here.  Together, we can help Moore people.

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