Car show raises money to fight Muscular Dystrophy

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Classic cars of all makes and models were on display at the Summer Antique & Classic Car Show in Hershey.
The Tall Cedars of Lebanon hosted the 25th Anniversary Car Show at the AACA grounds.
Spectators got a peek at cars that you don’t see on the roads much anymore, including streets rods and antique muscle cars.
All the money raised from Sunday’s event goes to help find a cure for Muscular Dystrophy.
“We have been doing this for 25 years and we want to find a cure for this dreaded disease, hopefully every dime that people generate will be able to do that,” says Larry Mummert, Car Show Chairman.
Also included at the show, was a dunk tank, a bubble gum blowing contest, and a hula hoop competition.

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