For a Great Cause: 1st Annual Dennis Sehorn Foundation Fundraiser!

 I caught wind of a show that had been put together at CircleD Transmission last week.  The date was today (June 4th) and the day for me was pretty busy as it sat.  Regardless, I stopped by for a couple of hours to snap some pictures to help this great cause.

 Dennis Sehorn was struck with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) in 2004.  In 2008, after 4 years of battling with ALS, Dennis passed away.  His wife Patricia, daughter Sherry, and son Chris started the Dennis Sehorn Foundation shortly thereafter.  The foundation is 100% volunteer operated and the funds they raise go to helping others with Lou Gehrig’s Disease.  If you would like to read more about them please visit their website at: http://www.als-sehorn.org/

 I am always surprised at the turnout for fundraisers like these.  It is nice to see people stop and open up their hearts to help out such a great cause.  We often lose sight of what really matters in our lives and this was a great way to regain that vision.  We are all auto enthusiasts at heart, however, when it comes right down to it, all that matters is family.  Cars at their very basic elements are metal and petroleum…they can be replaced.  Our families are our families and to lose a family member is very hard.

 I want to thank everyone for letting me walk around and take pictures of the cars and people.  I hope to be back next year.  Now, on to the pictures.  Did I mention it was hot?  I digress…

 For the rest of the pictures please visit our facebook page.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/AutoModia/216218551725772

 -AM

 

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