Recently, Assistance League® of Greater Placer accepted a generous donation from the Downtown Lincoln Annual Rods & Relics June Car Show. The funds will be used to support our Drive to Thrive Program which provides assistance to agency referred women who need help with necessary car repairs experienced during difficult times.
Pictured, L-R, are Assistance League’s Lincoln Chamber Representative Chris Sartor, Assistance League of Greater Placer President Janice Carey, retired Assistance League member and Rods & Relics member Karen Funk, and her husband, George Funk, treasurer of Rods & Relics of Lincoln Hills.
The Rods & Relics Car Club of Lincoln Hills is a nonprofit organization formed by individuals with an interest in the restoration, preservation and enjoyment of collector vehicles such as Original, Antiques, Classics, Street Rods, Muscle Cars, Special Interest, Modified and 1979 or older. They use this strong interest to facilitate fundraising and community service to nonprofit organizations and people in need. THANK YOU Rods & Relics for the most generous donation!