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Voss “is here to support the community,” Jack Leet, Voss Auto Network body shop manager, said at the event held at Voss Used Vehicles on Loop Road.

“It’s important to help your people in your community because that’s who supports you,” he said.

The one-day car show featured music, food, street rods, trucks, door prizes and more.

Leet said all proceeds will benefit AIM (Adventures in Movement) for the Handicapped, a national non-profit founded in Dayton in 1958.

The AIM Method is a movement program for all ages that is done to music, to retrain the brain and aid in the development and improvement of fine and gross motor skills. 

AIM for the Handicapped does not charge for its services and no one is turned away, according to its website. All funds are derived through donations and fundraising events.

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