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300 turn out to test-drive Fords

Published: April 23, 2017 12:00 AM
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Drive One 4UR School took place April 8 from 10 to 3 p.m. at Tallmadge High School during the Tallmadge Community Expo. Park Ford has coordinated this fundraiser with Tallmadge High School for years, with proceeds from the event benefitting a number of activities at the school, including senior scholarships, senior graduation signs and the senior picnic. Volunteers from Leaders in Action and the National Honor Society (Meah Dixon, Alyssa Garbinsky, Madison Rearick, Olivia Ayres, Tommy Kilway and Noah Jackson) assisted Park Ford throughout the day. Clayton Stone, THS teacher Lauryn Stone's son, came to help as well. THS Principal Michael Householder thanks parents and the community for a great turnout. Over 300 individuals came out to test drive cars. As it does every spring, Park Ford will also be giving away a new Ford to a senior at the Senior Breakfast in May. Householder said he is extremely grateful to Park Ford for the contributions the business makes to Tallmadge High School students.


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