Car show raises money for cancer patients

Sanctuary at the Shore hosted the Different Strokes Car Club for a “Cars for Cancer" Car Show on Thursday evening.
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Aug 9, 2014

The show raised $165 for local cancer patients. A total of more than $100,000 has been raised throughout the years by “Cars for Cancer” to support the needs of area cancer patients.

The events have quickly become West Michigan's premier auto event, showcasing more than 650 classic vehicles and attracting hundreds of spectators.

"We are always trying to give back to the community for all of their support to us over the years,” said Christine Charlesworth, Sanctuary at the Shore’s director of hospitality. “This event was a blast and we were able to get our residents, staff, families and friends involved."

Sanctuary at the Shore is a 126 skilled nursing facility located in the heart of Grand Haven.

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