Classic Cars Help Hunger

Classic cars lined the parking lot at Windsor House in Liberty for a good cause Friday evening.

During the month of April, the 13 Windsor House communities are competing against each other for the heaviest home, or the house that can collect the most food for the Second Harvest Food Bank.

Classic cars and motorcycles from the 1930’s helped draw the community to the Cruise Away Hunger event to donate canned goods to fill the Liberty Township Fire Department’s ambulance.

“It’s become kind of a competition between us,” said Nicholas Markijohn of the Liberty Health Care Center. “So to put ourselves on top we organized this cruise to involve our community as well. ¬†Because the Second Harvest does so much for them.”

The competition to see who can collect the most food between the Windsor House locations ends on Wednesday.

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