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Car club supports Good Shepherd Food Bank

Jan 12, 2021
Mid-Maine Sports Car Club’s annual Camden Car Show, which was canceled this year, is held on Labor Day weekend.

The Mid-Maine Sports Car Club has donated $1,500 to the Good Shepherd Food Bank, to be distributed among its member hunger-relief organizations.

In the past, the club made year-end donations to backpack food programs for school children. This year, however, since the club’s summer and fall events were canceled due to COVID-19, the treasury was in better shape than normal.

Club president Frank Wnek said, “And with so many families struggling with the fallout from the pandemic, our members decided that we had to make a more substantial donation this year. We picked Good Shepherd because it’s a statewide organization that partners with and supports local food banks throughout the midcoast area.”

The Mid Maine Sports Car Club dates back to 2002, when the late Jim Lea, a British car buff, called sports car owners together at Rockport’s Harbor Park. The club has since grown to more than a hundred members from Portland to Bar Harbor and inland to Augusta and Bangor. The Mid Maine Sports Car Club website is at mmscc.com.

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