On November 17, 2017, members of the Harlem Valley Car Club visited the Pawling Resource Center and the Food Pantry of Dover Plains to present each organization with an annual donation.
Terry Ariano of the Pawling Resource Canter (photo on left) and Ms. Mayette of the Dover Plains Food Panty (photo on right) received a check on behalf of the Harlem Valley Car Club. The local food pantries of Pawling and Dover Plains offer nutritious choices for families and individuals in need. In addition, the Resource Center of Pawling offers medical equipment on loan and rides to those in need.
The club, a non-profit organization hosts a weekly cruise in downtown Pawling Wednesday nights from April to September. From these and other events, the club raises funds and makes donations to local organizations. The Harlem Valley Car Club also offers an annual scholarship to students pursuing a career in automotive technology, “Toys for Tots” in association with the Connecticut and New York State Troopers, as well as other programs throughout the year.
The funding to support donations made by the club is made possible through the efforts of its members and the sponsors who support them. The Harlem Valley Car Club wants to thank all those involved for their continuing support and invites the public to join the club on their cruise this spring. To learn more, visit HarlemValleyCarClub.com online.