For the second consecutive year, Performance Motors and The Inter-Mountain collected hundreds of pounds of food for Catholic Charities as part of the Taste of Home Cooking Show.
Generous attendees donated 566.5 pounds of non-perishable food items for Catholic Charities. Food was dropped off in Performance Motors' 1946 Chevy Truck, and then the items were taken to Catholic Charities.
"Performance Motors has a history of supporting local organizations in its service area, including Randolph, Tucker, Barbour, Preston and Pendleton counties," said Christy Hines, co-owner of Performance Motors. "Catholic Charities does a great job taking care of the less fortunate, and we're pleased to help their efforts. The Taste of Home Cooking Show was a wonderful event, and it showed how local businesses and community members can work together to support the entire region."
Catholic Charities receives 566.5 pounds of non-perishable food items, donated by people who attended the Taste of Home Cooking Show. The food was dropped off in Performance Motors’ 1946 Chevy Truck.
Cindy Hammer is the director of Catholic Charities, which has been serving needy Randolph County residents for more than a quarter-century.
"This donation will help us restock our pantry," Hammer said. "It's much appreciated, and it will be well used."
Performance Motors was a major sponsor of the Taste of Home Cooking Show, which took place at Davis & Elkins College.
Performance Motors serves people throughout north central West Virginia and the Potomac Highlands with dealerships on Harrison Avenue in Elkins and Pennsylvania Avenue in Parsons.
To reach Performance Motors in Parsons, call 304-478-2831. To reach Performance Motors in Elkins, call 304-637-0000.