The Fifth Annual Independence Car Show organizers once again chose to donate event proceeds to Beebe Medical Foundation.The check was presented recently at Tunnell Cancer Center, which will benefit from the funds.
As a nonprofit community healthcare system, Beebe Healthcare operates thanks to generous donations from the community. “This is another example of a great partnership built with the community,” said Thomas J. Protack, vice president of development for Beebe Medical Foundation. “It is so great to partner with the Independence Car Show Committee, because their dedication to giving to our local cancer center is a wonderful testament to their community spirit and commitment to giving where they live.”
The 2018 Independence Car Show is scheduled for Saturday, June 9. There will be live music and food trucks. Last year’s event featured 18 People’s Choice Awards and 13 specialty trophies. The event drew 125 cars, which were registered in seven classes – Stock, Modified, Custom, Corvette (1953-96), Contemporary Corvette, Import and Independence Home Owners.
For more information or to donate to Beebe Healthcare, call Beebe Medical Foundation at 302-644-2900 or go to www.beebemedicalfoundation.org.
Photo Caption: Gathered for the check presentation are (l-r) Barry Hamp, Beebe Healthcare executive director of oncology services; Independence Car Show committee members Lenox and Prudence Garrity, Chairman Denny Spaulding, Tammy and Everett Toomey, Jack and Kitty Hartshorn and Dick Coyne; and Thomas J. Protack, Beebe Medical Foundation vice president of development.