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The East Coast Car Association, which is famous for its annual Toy Run, in conjunction with Knights of Columbus #569, hosted a car show for Autism on Sunday, April 29 at Flushing’s P.S. 177, the Robin Sue Ward School for Exceptional Children.

With hot rods and classics, as well as face painting, music by “Mike the D.J.,” a flea market, blood drive, raffles, barbecue, and even a 50/50, the day’s events raised $5,700. The FDNY Fire Saftey Unit was also on hand, as was the Flushing Volunteer Ambulance Corps and the a Child ID unit.

To learn more about the East Coast Car Association, which will host the Toy Run on November 18, visit www.eccatoysfortots.org.

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