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Cruisin for a Cause raises more than $1,000 for local charities

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Cars that attended Linagnore's Crusin' for a Cause on Sunday.

Cars that attended Linagnore's Crusin' for a Cause on Sunday.

Julie Walker

Julie Walker

Cars that attended Linagnore's Crusin' for a Cause on Sunday.

by Julie Walker, Reporter

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4 of the contestants cars for Cruising for a Cause

On Sunday, April 29, Linganore High school hosted a car show raising money for the Student homelessness initiative partnership (SHIP) and the Children of incarcerated parents partnership. There were roughly 80 vehicles at the show, ranging from trucks, cars, hot-rods, and motorcycles  Entry fee to the event was a monetary value of any value which went towards the two organizations, (SHIP) and (COIPP).

The best of truck winner was Stacey Stone of Frederick, best of car went to Roger Blanchard of Adamstown, and best of motorcycles went to Tommy Lee of New Windsor. They each received 100 dollars in cash, a hand made trophy crafted by Dalyin Palmer, a current student at LHS.

These programs have a base in Frederick County along with most other counties in the U.S. The car show raised 1,060 dollars to be split between SHIP and COIPP. They will each be receiving roughly $530 to go towards getting children the supplies they need to live happier lives. SHIP and COIPP help children in unsafe and unfortunate living situations. SHIP helps homeless kids get the things they need to succeed and COIPP helps children with incarcerated parents.

The Ford Drive 4UR School event was going on during the car show and all profits from that event went to Linganore’s Safe and Sane event which is an all-night party free of drugs and alcohol for graduated seniors looking to celebrate high school with no risk for error or injury. Safe and Sane gives away gifts to winners, they have raffles, inflatables, games, movies, and many other things. Safe and Sane provides a safe environment for students looking for a good time.

“I think Safe and Sane will be awesome and I’m super excited for that night,” said Tommy Moyer, senior at LHS

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Julie Walker (@julesannwalker )  is a second year journalist in the  Class of 2021. She has played lacrosse for five years and enjoys being active and participating in team sports.  Although Julie is a summer-lover at heart, she also enjoys winter sports like snowboarding.  Julie wants to attend University of Alabama or Texas A&M to be get a degree in criminology. Julie is also interested in cosmetology and is considering attending CTC to get her certificate.

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