Family Promise Receives $6,400 Unity Bank Donation From Car Show
CLINTON, N.J., October 30, 2023 – Unity Bank raised $6,400 for Family Promise of Hunterdon County and Family Promise of Warren County through the 17th Annual Cruisin’ Bob’s Classic Car Show held at the bank’s Clinton headquarters. The bank donates all proceeds from the car show to the non-profits, in addition to donating volunteer time to coordinate the event.

“The car show has been a great opportunity to support the important work of Family Promise for the last 17 years,” said Unity Bank President & CEO James A. Hughes. “Family Promise provides vital services to the community because many people continue to face housing and hunger challenges. The car show continues to be very successful thanks to the community, car owners, sponsors and Unity’s dedicated employee volunteers.”
Classic cars competed in a variety of categories. The winners were: Best Custom Paint, Lou Venosa of Lebanon, 1939 Ford Sedan; Best Custom Interior, Doug Lowrie of Milford, 1955 Chevy Belair Convertible; Chauffeur’s Choice, Marc Cohon of Branchburg, 1976 Cadillac Eldorado; Rattiest Rat Rod, William Nase of Pittstown, 1929 Ford Model A; Best Truck, Permelia McCain of Pittstown, 1957 Chevy Cameo; Most Likely to Get a Speeding Ticket In, Robert Schwartz of Kinnelon, 2023 Chevy Corvette Coupe; Best Get Away Car, Gregory J. Barbati of Stewartsville, 1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe; Best Road Trip Car, Cohon, 1976 Cadillac Eldorado; Worst Gas Mileage, Lexie Dahms of Pittstown, 1997 Ford F350; Best First Date Car, Cohon, 1976 Cadillac Eldorado; Most Likely to be at Woodstock, Bob Donaldson of Hopewell, 1964 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia; James Bond's Car of Choice, Barbati, 1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe; Best True to Original, Dennis Linkroum of Bridgewater, 1969 Chevy Nova SS396; Family Promise Choice, McCain, 1957 Chevy Cameo; Unity Bank Choice, Margaret and George Roke of Westfield, 1952 Buick Roadster; and People’s Choice, Tim Mahon of Bridgewater, 1957 Chevy 150.
Family Promise of Hunterdon County and Family Promise of Warren County provide services to both help overcome and prevent homelessness through the Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) – a network of congregations and volunteers who provide overnight/weekend shelter, home-cooked meals, and companionship to families who enter the program. Comprehensive case management, licensed counseling services and a donation program are also available.

November 6 2023

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