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Car show benefits veterans, first responders organization

Benefits from the car show went to a camp that brings outdoor adventures to those with disabilities, including veterans and first responders.

CARBONDALE, Pa. — It was the perfect day on Monday to show off your whip in Lackawanna County.

A Memorial Day car show was held at the Hotel Anthracite in Carbondale.

Folks came by to check out the rides while eating, drinking, and listening to some music.

The event came together to raise money for Camp Freedom, an organization that brings outdoor adventures to those with disabilities, including veterans and first responders.

"So, they actually support disabled veterans, first responders, police officers, correction officers through outdoor activities, getting reacquainted, and companionship. And giving them something to look forward to in their life. Anything at all to support their cause, I'm all for it," said Chad Coble, General Manager of Hotel Anthracite.

For more information about Camp Freedom, you can check out their website.