Automaster Collision Center’s donation supports students
Spruce Head — The Penquis Tools for School backpack drive program recently received local support as a result of Automaster Collision Center’s 20th birthday celebration held Aug. 25.
The employee-selected beneficiary of the event received not only a financial donation; they also received backpacks, crayons, paper and additional school supplies that will assist in supporting more than 1,400 children in the Knox County area. A total of $1,079 was donated to the cause through gift raffles, 50/50 raffles and community donations.
“We’re so glad we could help in assisting kids in our back yard through a local cause such as Penquis’ Tools for School program,” said Larry Oakes, president of Automaster Collision Center. “Being a local business, we understand the importance of community support."
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