‘Cruisin’ for a Cause’ car show, cookout fundraiser set for Oct. 26

‘Cruisin’ for a Cause’ car show, cookout fundraiser set for Oct. 26

Alaris Health, a rehab and long term care center located at 1417 Brace Road in Cherry Hill, will be hosting the sixth Annual “Cruisin’ for a Cause” Classic Car Show & Cookout fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

All proceeds will support the South Jersey Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association for education and research. Rain date is Sunday, Oct. 27 same time.

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For a $5 per person donation, guests can enjoy antique cars and street rods on display from the 1920’s thru 1960’s, music from 92.5 WXTU Country Radio, a traditional cookout, and an appearance from Camden Riversharks mascot “Finley”. Various themed raffle baskets will also be available for guests to win. The Classic Car Show and Cookout festivities are open to the public.

Senior residents and patients from Alaris Health will have an opportunity to vote for their favorite cars at the show, and will present first, second and third Place “Resident’s Choice” trophies to the winners.

Complimentary tours will be available throughout the event for families interested in learning more about the rehab and long-term care services offered by Alaris Health.

Learn more by visiting www.alarishealth.com.

To schedule a tour or to RSVP as a guest for the Classic Car Show and Cookout, please call the Alaris Health management office at (856) 795–3131.

To register a vintage car for display at the Classic Car Show (1960’s or older preferred), please contact Car Show Coordinator Jeff Kleeman at (609) 707–7339 or jeffkleeman@comcast.net.

Registration is free for all car owners.

The sixth Annual “Cruisin’ for a Cause” Classic Car Show and Cookout for Alzheimer’s is sponsored by Alaris Health at Cherry Hill, Homewatch Caregivers, Emeritus Senior Living, Moorestown Visiting Nurse Association, Winner Ford, Coastline Restaurant, Price and Price Elder Law and 92.5 WXTU — Philadelphia’s Country Radio Station.

To learn more about the Alzheimer’s Association, please visit www.alz.org.

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