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Letter: A job well done

Many thanks to the organizers of the inaugural “Hops and Horsepower” fundraising event held at New Sarum Brewery this weekend. It truly was an amazing array of cars from lovingly restored Camaros and Volkswagens to a high powered candy red Lotus – all were equally impressive to look at and enjoy. The event was completely planned and organized by a group of car enthusiasts with a heart for giving back to their community. They are: Mr. John Edward Muth II, Dr. Don Fortner and Fortner Dental Group, Gianni Moscardini and La Cava Restaurant, and Gian Moscardini and New Sarum Brewery. A special shout out to Dr. Sam Roy and Piedmont Plastic and Oral Surgery and Rouzer Motors. All proceeds from the event will go to the Community Care Clinic of Rowan County – a free medical, dental and pharmacy. It was a beautiful fall day in Salisbury filled with fun, friends, food and fast cars. We at the Clinic are thankful, humbled and blessed to be the recipients.

— Krista Woolly

Salisbury

Woolly is executive director of the Community Care Clinic.

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