Manchester Car show benefits Easter Seals Veterans Services
A variety of show-quality and custom cars will be on display on May 18 at the 2nd annual Car Show to benefit Easter Seals Veterans Services.
The event, hosted by Paul's Executive Car Care Inc., will be from noon to 3 p.m. on 84 Elm St. in Manchester.
The event also features music, raffles, a silent auction and more. Admission is free, but donations are always accepted.
Since 2007, Easter Seals NH has worked with the NH National Guard and the Department of Health and Human Services to provide more than 2,000 veterans and their families with assistance throughout the deployment cycle.
To pre-register your hot wheels and be entered into the show registrant $100 cash prize raffle, go online to www.eastersealsnh.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603-627-4300. The registration fee is $25.
The rain date is May 19.
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