Why not a police car? – 

June 24, 2020 – “Over the course of a year and a half, we tore apart this car and used those parts to fix several other cars in the community,” said Paszkiet. “Now it’s time to smash and we can raise a little bit more money for the local non-profit and then we’ll actually sell it to the junkyard — make a little bit more money there too.”

The money they raised on Tuesday is going towards a program they started called the Lindsey House, a sober-living house for women.

“It’s going to be a safe place for women who are sober who need kind of a transitional place to live,” Paszkiet said.

The house is something Linda Walker has wanted to set up for 8 years, and she’s had about a month to completely renovate the house the women will be living in. It will open on July 1, and today’s event will go a long way.



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