The profile of USAC’s Mopar .25 Midget “Generation Next” Tour events just increased with the announcement that each club will be collecting non-perishable food items to be given to charities chosen by the hosting clubs. USAC will assist by promoting the Food Drive to their members. The local club will collect from the neighborhood and the racers attending. The club that gives the most to their charity will be awarded a new Briggs Animal M Engine at the end of the season, courtesy of Briggs and Stratton.
It is a known fact that annually, each community strives to care for the needs of many homeless families in their area. In recent months, providing basic needs have become a daunting task for communities. The Nashville Music City Club has chosen the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee for their Charity. Their most needed items for Emergency Food Boxes are peanut butter, canned chicken and tuna, canned fruit, rice, pasta and cereal. They have to discard any dented cans (especially on the top or bottom of the can) and any expired cans. They prefer not to receive any alcohol mixers (i.e. Mojito mix) and things in glass containers.
If you are attending “Music City Mayhem” this weekend, please help the Music City Club collect for Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. “Our Nashville Club needs your help collecting non-perishable food,” says Track Manager Charlie Pate. Please bring them to our race event for collection.”
This weekend’s “Music City Mayhem” event (March 26-27) is scheduled at the MCQMRA track at 3672 Central Pike in Hermitage, Tenn. 37076 and serves as round two of USAC’s 2k11 “Generation Next” Tour for the USAC Mopar .25 National Championships. --USAC--