UNION,NJ - On Sunday, October 11, the Union Elks held it's annual car show with over 100 cars and over a dozen motorcycles. John Leppin in a interview with the Local Public Access channel said, "the Elks of Union has been doing this show for 26 years and the money raised goes to special needs children to help with crutches, wheelchairs and whatever else they may need. Over the year, we have raised over $1,000 for the children." Leppin indicated all of the Elk member's thankfulness for all the people that came out to support the event.
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