april, 2017

29apr10:00 am- 2:00 pm3rd Annual MDA "Send a Kid to Camp" Car ShowCategories:Car Show


Event Details

ERA Wilder Realty is proud to present the 3rd annual MDA “Send a Kid to
Camp” Charity Car show. The event will be held on April 29th at the ERA
Wilder Realty Building located at 691 Bultman Dr. Sumter SC 29150

The event will Kickoff at 10am and end at 2pm along with awards. We are
looking forward to this year’s event. Last year we raised over $7,000 enough
money to send 7 Children to camp this year our goal is to raise enough money
to send 10 Children to camp. In conjunction with our car show we will be hosting a silent auction, we will also have a dunk tank, an interactive
kid’s zone and much, much more.

We will be presenting awards for the Top 40 along with specialty and sponsor trophies. We will also have awards for the best chevy, best ford, best mopar, best truck, best import, fans choice, participants choice, best rat rod, best racecar, best motorcycle, oldest car, best more door best of show,
best pulling tractor, best pulling truck, best jeep, and much, much more.

We have added a few new Categories to this year’s event. We would like to
get the whole family in the car show spirit, we will be judging Kids & Adult
Bicycles for a $5.00 entry fee so kids make sure you polish your wheels,
handle bars, and your seats. Bring out your bikes and show them off.

Another new category this year is Golf Carts. If you have a unique, Lifted,
or tricked out Golf cart than this is the place to bring them out and show
them off for the day. Golf cart registration is $20.00.

A little background information on the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA)
is a Non Profit American organization which combats muscular dystrophy and diseases of the nervous system and muscular system. The organization was founded in 1950 by a group of concerned parents of children with muscular dystrophy. One of the great programs the MDA offers is the Summer Camp which provides thousands of kids with muscular dystrophy and related muscle-debilitating diseases “the best week of the year.” At MDA Summer Camp, kids are living beyond limits in a place where anything is possible. It’s a week where they’re free to enjoy adventures like horseback riding, swimming, fishing, develop lifelong friendships, and build self-confidence with independence. The weeklong summer camp is offered at no charge to families thanks to our support. This camp gives kids with limited muscle strength and mobility a life-changing experience in an environment without barriers. MDA Summer Camp offers a fun and safe outdoor experience, along with opportunities to engage in a variety of activities such as adaptive sports, arts & crafts, camp dances and much more. In addition to all of the fun and friendship it offers, MDA Summer Camp enables campers to stretch
their comfort zones and grow in independence as they spend a week away from home and permit someone other than their parents to provide personal care. Sure, there’s an abundance of fun and games at camp, but if you talk to MDA campers, they’ll tell you the real benefits come in a much subtler form – the lifelong friendships, the increased self-esteem, confidence, and the
chance to spend at least one week of the year in a place where physical
disabilities are the norm rather than the exception. For parents and
guardians, MDA camp provides a brief break from their roles of caregiver for
a child with neuromuscular disease. It’s a place where parents know they can
send their children for a week of summer fun and at the same time, be
assured that their child’s medical and physical needs will be met by a team
of dedicated health professionals and trained camp volunteers. MDA staff and
volunteers assume all camper care, including physical and emotional support,
allowing parents much-needed time to attend to their own needs and, in some
cases, spend some special time with the camper’s siblings.

We hope to see you all at this year’s event.


(Saturday) 10:00 am - 2:00 pm


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