Our 2nd clean-up session as participants in Baltimore County’s Adopt-A-Road Program took place on Saturday, October 5. The 3.6-mile stretch of Thornton Mill Road, located just north of our gathering location in Hunt Valley, looks sharp due to the sacrifice and dedication of our venerable group of volunteers.
We have the love for automobiles in common. We all have the opportunity to show love for our environment. You are encouraged to view the 2-minute video of Saturday morning’s volunteer efforts at http://horsepowering.com/adoptaroadprogram.
Looking down the road, be sure to update your desk calendar, smartphone calendar as well as your Outlook or Lotus Notes calendar. Why would one date be so important? Saturday, October 19 is for the kids. Help elevate our automotive enthusiast community for a great cause that can be even greater with your assistance.
Hunt Valley Horsepower’s partnership with Toys For Tots will bring smiles to disadvantaged children in Baltimore County this holiday season. On October 19, please consider bringing a new, unwrapped toy. Even 75 soldiers and civilians from Fort Meade have joined our team with on-base donations! Spread the word. Having the ability to give and acting on that premise for a disadvantaged child makes for one truly rewarding gift on all accounts.