Car show held for those without mobility
ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- The seventh annual Rotary Car Show was held Friday to benefit Personal Energy Transportation.
More than 100 cars were on display at Orange Park High School for the public to view.
All profits from the event go to benefit the local P.E.T. project.
The P.E.T. project began in 1995 when Larry and Laura Hills, missionaries in Congo, Africa, realized the great need for three-wheeled, hand-cranked wheelchairs for victims of polio and land mines.
Volunteers from Clay County started a local chapter of the P.E.T. project in 2001.
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