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Chris Windom hasn’t run full-time in a midget since winning the 2020 USAC national championship, but he showed no signs of rust in the USAC NOS Energy Drink Midget National Championship’s feature event at Eldora Speedway, Friday night, leading all 25 laps with Jade Avedisian finishing second.
The win is the fourth in a row at Eldora for a CB Industries Toyota and the 11th USAC win for a Toyota-powered driver this season.
Avedisian would start the night from the pole with Windom on the outside of the front row, but it was Windom that get the advantage at the start to take the lead. Behind him Avedisian moved into second as Windom’s CB Industries teammate Bryant Wiedeman would quickly move up the field to challenge her. He eventually overtook Avedisian for second on lap four.
As Windom would open up a solid lead, Wiedeman and Avedisian would wage a battle for second for much of the race. Eventually, Avedisian would regain second place on lap 16 and begin to close on Windom. By lap 18, she cut the lead to just .730 seconds and would stick right with Windom before an eventual bobble on lap 23 would allow Windom to open his lead back up on the way to the victory with Avedisian finishing second. Wiedeman would bring it home in fourth to give Toyota three of the top four finishers on the night.
Also earning top-10s for the night were Justin Grant in seventh, rookie Gavin Miller in eighth and Ryan Timms in tenth.
The USAC NOS Energy Drink Midget National Championship returns to Eldora Speedway Saturday night for the 41st running of the 4-Crown Nationals.
Chris Windom, CB Industries: “This is just such a fun racetrack. It’s so fun to run the midgets here. Thank you to NOS Energy Drink and everyone at CBI that let me come back and run. I feel like early you could run the middle or bottom, but once it cleans off it’s hard to beat the momentum running up top.”
Jade Avedisian, Keith Kunz Motorsports: “I really want to win one of these races. If we can keep finishing up front our time will come. Congrats to Chris, he did a really good job. The last 10 laps we were closing the gap on him, but then I made a mistake in three and he pulled away. I have to thank everyone at Keith Kunz Motorsports as they gave me a great Mobil 1 Toyota Racing #71 tonight. I’ve always dreamed of coming to Eldora and it lived up to the moment. I know my car is very capable of winning. Now that I have a night under my belt here, I just need to build on that and try to gain one spot tomorrow.”
Toyota-Powered Drivers USAC Eldora Speedway Friday Feature Results
Chris Windom – 1st
Jade Avedisian – 2nd
Bryant Wiedeman – 4th
Justin Grant – 7th
Gavin Miller – 8th
Ryan Timms – 10th
Jacob Denney – 11th
Jake Andreotti – 14th
Taylor Reimer – 16th
Clinton Boyles – 17th
Brody Roa Seeks Fourth Straight Usac/Cra Win Saturday at Perris – Tommy Dunkel Finishes 8th at Ventura
Garden Grove, California’s Brody Roa will be shooting for his ninth win in 14 starts and his fourth in a row when the USAC/CRA Sprint Car Series visits Perris Auto Speedway for Saturday’s annual Glenn Howard Classic. The race comes one week after Roa’s car owner and teammate Tommy Dunkel finished eighth in last Saturday’s USAC West Coast Sprint Car Series race at Jim Naylor’s Ventura Raceway
Roa’s dream season carries on two weeks after his impressive runs in the USAC National Sprint Car Series in Texas and Arkansas. At the Thursday night show at Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas, he started 14th in the main event and finished sixth. Two nights later at the Texarkana 67 Speedway in Arkansas, he was the sixth-fastest qualifier in the 31-car field and placed 14th in the main event.
Roa, who became a dad for the second time when daughter Rylee was born two months ago, carries a bulging 840 point lead in the championship standings going into tomorrow night’s race on the Riverside County half-mile clay oval. The winner of eight of the season’s first 13 races in the Inland Rigging #17R, Roa started his 2023 domination of the series when he swept both ends of the season-opening weekend at the Cocopah Speedway at the end of January. Since then he has only gone two races without a win twice this season. Of the four other drivers who have won USAC/CRA races this year, only one has been victorious more than one time.
Saturday’s race will be the sixth of the year for USAC/CRA at The PAS. In the previous four, Roa has two wins, a second place, a fifth, and a 15th. The 15th came at the Salute to Indy in May. Roa was leading that one late in the going when he was clobbered by another driver and knocked out of the race.
Murrieta, California’s Dunkel returned to action at last week’s USAC West Coast Series race at Ventura. Twenty-one cars showed up for the event and Dunkel, in his super clean #17A, qualified 11th fastest with a time of 12.631. Soon after, the friendly driver placed fourth in his 10 lap heat. In the main event, he started outside the sixth row in 12th in the 20-car field. As usual, he moved forward and finished eighth. Despite the fact that he has only started three of the West Coast races this season, Dunkel is up to 18th in the championship point standings
It was Dunkel’s third USAC West Coast race of the 2023 season and his best finish. All told between the USAC West Coast Series and the Ventura Racing Association in 2023, he has made five starts at Ventura. He has four top 10s and three top two finishes including a win in the April 8th VRA race.
Dunkel initially planned on contesting Saturday’s USAC/CRA event at Perris. However, he plans on competing for the USAC/CRA Rookie of the Year award in 2024. Drivers are eligible if they have qualified for four or fewer main events in the series. Presently Dunkel has been in three. So, he is sitting this weekend’s race out but will return to USAC/CRA action at the Western World Championships at Arizona’s Cocopah Speedway on the first weekend in November. His next start in the USAC/West Coast Series will be at Bakersfield’s Kern County Raceway Park on October 7th.
Fans who wish to see Roa in action this Saturday night in the Glen Howard Classic can find Perris Auto Speedway on the Lake Perris Fairgrounds at 18700 Lake Perris Drive in Perris. Spectator gates will open at 5:00 PM, and the first race will begin at seven. Adult tickets are $30.00. For seniors 65 and over it is $25.00. Kids 6 to 12 get in for just $5.00 and children five and under are admitted free. The fairgrounds charge $10.00 for parking. Advance tickets are available up until 7:00 PM Saturday night. Interested fans can purchase those advance tickets online at tix.com or by calling 1-800-595-4849. For those who do not wish to buy advance tickets, there will be plenty available for everyone at the ticket window on Saturday.
Fans can pick up a 2023 Inland Rigging Racing Team shirt from the crew after the races or online brodyroa.com.
The team wants to thank the following sponsors for making the 2023 season possible. Inland Rigging, Dunkel Farms, United Asset Sales, Osborne Speed & Machine, “Biker” Bruce Fischer, ALR Virtual Services, Burris Racing, Caltrol, Jambo Barbeque Pits, Competition Suspension, K-1 Race Gear, Molecule, Rod End Supply, Driven Racing Oil, Baldwin Filters, and NGK Spark Plugs.
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The final race of the 2023 season for the NASCAR Pinty's Series teams, part of the Pinty's Fall Ball, is set to take place this Sunday at Delaware Speedway in Ontario, and Jean-Philippe Bergeron is looking forward to it.
"I had the chance to test my car on this track a while ago, and I'm quite satisfied with the recorded times. The car is performing well, and I'm looking forward to finishing the season on a positive note", says the driver of Jacombs Racing's number 1 Mustang, who is virtually assured of finishing eighth in the championship. He knows that the competition will be fierce, but he will certainly be one of the drivers to watch in the 250-lap race.
The race will take place on Sunday, September 24th, at 4:30 PM and will be broadcast live on the TSN+ apps and FloRacing website.
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Kevin Harvick will be retiring from NASCAR Cup Series competition at the end of the 2023 season and Texas Motor Speedway officials have been waiting the many months since that announcement to send “Happy” Harvick off with a fitting tribute before his final laps at The Great American Speedway in Sunday’s Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 400.
The 2014 NASCAR Cup Series champion talked with and answered questions from the hundreds of Harvick fans who came to see their favorite driver in the speedway’s Grand Ballroom.
Harvick was then presented a number of gifts by Speedway Motorsports President and CEO Marcus Smith, Texas Motor Speedway Executive Vice President & General Manager Mark Faber and Texas Motor Speedway Vice President of Events and Speedway Motorsports Director of Events Kenton Nelson. Smith presented him with a key to Texas Motor Speedway, Faber handed in a long-horn steer skull with Harvick’s No. 4 Busch Light paint scheme and Nelson handed him a proclamation signed by Texas Governor Greg Abbott. The event was hosted by PRN’s Brad Gillie.
“Marcus was a big piece of why I came back and drove this year just because of the fact that he explained why it was important to come back and celebrate with the fans,” said Harvick. “It gives everyone kind of an opportunity to go for the last time to the race track.
“Texas has been just a great race track for us through the years and being able to know that every time we used to step foot in here in an Xfinity car, you were expected to win the race. We finally broke that barrier on the Cup side after so many shortfalls. So, it’s fun, especially at a place like this where you’ve been fortunate to have had success.”
Harvick at Texas has earned three NASCAR Cup Series victories, five NASCAR Xfinity Series victories and one NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series victory in 63 total starts. His Cup wins came in consecutive years (2017, 2018, 2019) and three of his five Xfinity wins came in consecutive years (2001, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2012). His lone Truck Series win came in 2011.
He reached the NASCAR Playoffs in this final season despite not winning a race in the regular season but was eliminated after the first round. He now has seven races remaining to capture a 2023 win after going winless in only four of the previous 22 seasons (2004, 2008, 2009, 2021).
The NASCAR Playoffs weekend will be highlighted by the NASCAR Xfinity Series Andy’s Frozen Custard 300 on Saturday, Sept. 23 (2:30 p.m. CT on USA Network, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Ch. 90, and PRN), and the NASCAR Cup Series Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 400 on Sunday, Sept. 24 (2:30 p.m. CT on USA Network, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Ch. 90, PRN, and 95.9 The Ranch-local). Country Music stars LOCASH will perform Sunday’s pre-race concert at 12:30 p.m. CT on the Machinery Auctioneers Pre-Race Stage located at the start/finish line.
Texas Motor Speedway’s always-busy events schedule is well under way. Upcoming events in 2023 include: Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 400 NASCAR Playoffs weekend (Sept. 23-24), Goodguys’ Summit Racing Lone Start Nationals (Sept. 29-Oct. 1), Speedway Children’s Charities Smoke Show (Oct. 11) and Gordy’s Hwy 30 Music Fest (Oct. 19-22). The year wraps up with the family-favorite and speedway tradition Gift of Lights holiday light show.
Bobby McCarty made it known that he’s going to be the driver to beat under the lights on Saturday night in the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway by setting the fastest time in Friday’s practice and qualifying sessions.
McCarty, who trails Brendan “Butterbean” Queen in the Virginia Triple Crown standings by only a half position, will lead the first of four qualifying races to green on Saturday following a lap time of 19.704. The time bettered his own Martinsville track record in the process.
Landon Huffman posted the second-fastest time of 19.768 and will sit on pole in the second qualifying race. Carson Kvapil will lead off the third qualifying race after a lap of 19.809, and Ryan Millington posted a time of 19.825 to hold the top starting position the fourth and final qualifying race.
“It feels great to win the pole, especially with 85 cars here. I’m really proud of everyone at R&S, Solid Rock Carriers and all of our sponsors that make this possible,” said McCarty. “We were fastest in practice and qualified on the pole, hopefully I can win this thing finally this year so we can go celebrate.”
By virtue of having the fastest lap time, McCarty also won a $5,000 bonus.
This year, no drivers are locked into the field for Saturday evening’s prestigious ValleyStar Credit Union 300 through qualifying. Instead, the field will be set by those four 25-lap afternoon qualifying races. The top 10 finishers in each of the qualifying races will comprise the 40-driver field for the main event.
McCarty started off the day fast, topping the afternoon practice session with a time of 19.966 seconds. Millington was second with a time of 19.978, Huffman was third, Matt Cox was fourth, and Queen rounded out the fastest five in the session.
When it comes to the Virginia Triple Crown picture, Queen’s average finish of 1.5 through the first two races at South Boston Speedway and Langley Speedway gives him a narrow lead over McCarty’s 2.0 average finish. Queen had the seventh-best time in qualifying. Trevor Ward is in third with a 5.0 average finish, but will need to find some speed on Saturday, as he posted the 25th-best lap in qualifying.
Reigning ValleyStar Credit Union 300 race winner Peyton Sellers was 13th on the leaderboard during qualifying, improving his time from practice, when he was 24th fastest overall.
The ValleyStar Credit Union 300, the nation’s biggest, richest and most prestigious NASCAR Late Model Stock Car race and the Virginia Triple Crown finale, will return for an evening of intense competition on Saturday, Sept. 23 at 7:00 p.m. The qualifying races begin at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 23.
Tickets to the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 are available for purchase via phone at 877-RACE-TIX or online at martinsvillespeedway.com.
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When Perris Auto Speedway fans show up for this Saturday’s Glenn Howard Classic featuring the Amsoil USAC/CRA Sprint Cars, driver “Shugah” Shane Sexton will feed them a piece of eye candy. Known for flashy cars, he will be debuting a brand new GAS Chassis with one of the flashiest-looking graphics packages to ever grace the famous Riverside County half-mile. Sensational colors, purple chrome chassis, and chrome decals will certainly make the car stand out. The flashy car will help draw attention to new sponsors Bill’s Jerky and Hot Dog Kustoms.
Saturday’s race will be Sexton’s first at Perris since his frightening flip down the back straightaway on April 15. In that crash, at times he was higher than the track billboards. Amazingly, the GAS Chassis held up very well and it protected the driver. However, the energy from the crash broke his back. When he gets to The PAS on Saturday, he will have a new CASM seat mount that protects drivers in crashes (check out the team’s August press release for details).
Sexton was going to debut the gorgeous car last month, but the incoming Hurricane Hillary forced the track to cancel the race. Since then, the happy-go-lucky racer has made one race driving Mike Schweitzer’s #41B in the California Lightning Sprint Car Series at the Bakersfield Speedway. After winning his heat race there, the car blew the fuse to the starter relay knocking him out of the main event with one lap to go.
“Shugah” is pleased to welcome his new marketing partners and wants everyone to know about them. Bill’s Jerky proprietor, Bill Silbermann, is a lifelong racer and his company produces the nation’s tastiest brisket jerky. To learn more about his delicious product or to make a purchase, please visit the company website at https://www.billsjerky.net/. In addition, Hot Dog Kustoms out of Temecula has joined forces with the team. Pete “Hot Dog” Finlan has been in the painting industry since 1981. He was the head painter of West Coast Choppers during the “Monster Garage” era. You can check out his great work and contact him at http://hotdogkustoms.squarespace.com/. Be sure to let both of them know you heard about them through Shane Sexton’s racing efforts.
After Saturday, Sexton plans to stay busy through the end of the 2023 season making the final four USAC/CRA races of the year starting on October 14th at Arizona’s Mohave Valley Raceway. He will return to Arizona on November 3 and 4th for the annual Western World Championships at the Cocopah Speedway. One week later he will be at the season closer for the series at Perris Auto Speedway. In addition, he will be looking to get in some laps in the late-season lightning sprint car races.
For fans who want to see Sexton race the gorgeous new car on Saturday, spectator gates will open at 5:00 p.m. with racing at 7:00. Adult tickets are $30.00. For fans 65 years of age and older, it is $25.00. For kids six to 12 it is just $5.00 and children five and under are admitted free. The fairgrounds charge $10.00 for parking. Advance tickets are available until 7:00 PM on Saturday night. They can be purchased online at tix.com or by calling 1-800-595-4849. For fans who do not with to buy advance tickets, there will be plenty for everyone at the ticket window on Saturday.
Perris Auto Speedway is conveniently located on the Lake Perris Fairgrounds (home of the Southern California Fair), one-hour east of Los Angeles and one-hour North of San Diego. To get to the track, take the 215 freeway, exit on the Ramona Expressway, and go three miles east to the fairgrounds. For directions online, the address to enter is: 18700 Lake Perris Drive and the zip code is 92571.
Shane Sexton 2023 Results
4-15-22 Perris Auto Speedway POWRi Southwest Lightnings 2nd A Main
4-15-22 Perris Auto Speedway USAC/CRA Sprint Cars 20TH A Main
5-20-23 Bakersfield Speedway California Lightning Sprint Cars 10th A Main
6-3-23 Bakersfield Speedway California Lightning Sprint Cars 17th A Main
9-9-23 Bakersfield Speedway California Lightning Sprint Cars 12th A Main
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Jordan Anderson Racing Bommarito Autosport NASCAR Xfinity Series Race Overview- Texas Motor Speedway
Track; Texas Motor Speedway - Oval (1.5-Miles)
Race: Andy’s Frozen Custard 300; 200 Laps –45/45/110; 300 Miles
Date/Broadcast: September 23, 2023 2:30 PM/ CT (3:30 PM ET)
TV: USA Network, and the NBC Sports App
Radio: Performance Racing Network (PRN) - Check Local Listings for affiliate, and SiriusXM NASCAR Channel 90
Social Media: Jordan Anderson Racing Bommarito AutoSport; Facebook, Instagram
Jeb Burton – No. 27 Alsco Uniforms
Chevrolet Camaro SS Preview- Texas Motor Speedway
News and Notes:
- Playoffs: The second round of the 2023 NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs continues Saturday afternoon at Texas Motor Speedway for the Andy’s Frozen Custard 300. Entering the event Jeb Burton holds the 9th position in the playoff standings just four points back of the cutline after his 13th place finish in the Food City 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway one week ago. Two races remain before the Round of 8 cutoff.
- Practice; After technical inspection on Friday afternoon, Burton and the No. 27 Alsco Uniforms Chevrolet will take to the 1.5-mile Texas oval for the first time at 9:35 AM CT (10:35 AM ET) Saturday morning for a brief 20-minute practice session. Coverage of practice will air LIVE on the NBC Sports App.
– Starting Position; Directly after practice at 10:05 AM CT (11:05 AM ET), Burton will line up to qualify for his starting position in the Andy’s Frozen Custard 300. In 2023, intermediate-track qualifying would consist of a single round of single car qualifying for one lap. Burton will roll off 32nd for his qualifying laps based the Round of 12 playoff cars and positioning in the performance-based matrix factoring owner points, driver points, race finish, and fastest lap of the previous week. With 40 cars entered, two will miss the race. Coverage of qualifying will air LIVE the NBC Sports App.
– Texas Motor Speedway Stats; Saturday’s NXS Andy’s Frozen Custard 300 will mark Burton’s 11th NXS start at Texas Motor Speedway. In ten previous starts, Burton holds an average finish of 18.5 with a 93.8% lap completion rate completing 1818 laps of the possible 1939. With a total of 12 laps lead Burton has earned one Top-Five finish (March 2019), three Top-Ten finishes (March 2019, Nov. 2019, July 2020) and six Top-15 finishes.
- Alsco Uniforms; Alsco Uniforms is a fifth-generation family-owned and -operated uniform company founded in 1889 and recognized by the prestigious Hohenstein Institute for having invented the uniform rental industry. Celebrating over 130 years of business, Alsco Uniforms provides uniform laundry services and other products that keep businesses clean and safe for all kinds of customers in the healthcare, automotive, industrial and hospitality industries. With more than 180 locations and 20,000 employees, Alsco Uniforms provides laundry rental services to over 355,000 customers in 14 countries, which makes Alsco Uniforms the largest uniform company in the world. Visit Alsco.com to learn more about how Alsco Uniforms is the industry’s best-kept secret.
Parker Retzlaff – No. 31 FUNKAWAY
Chevrolet Camaro SS Preview- Texas Motor Speedway
- Practice; After technical inspection on Friday afternoon, Parker Retzlaff and the No. 31 FUNKAWAY Chevrolet will take to the 1.5-mile Texas oval for the first time at 9:35 AM CT (10:35 AM ET) Saturday morning for a brief 20-minute practice session. Coverage of practice will air LIVE on the NBC Sports App.
– Starting Position; Directly after practice at 10:05 AM CT (11:05 AM ET), Retzlaff and the NO. 31 team will line up to qualify for his starting position in the Andy’s Frozen Custard 300. In 2023, intermediate-track qualifying would consist of a single round of single car qualifying for one lap. Retzlaff will take to the track 24th for his qualifying laps based on positioning in the performance-based matrix factoring owner points, driver points, race finish, and fastest lap of the previous week. With 40 cars entered, two will miss the race. Coverage of qualifying will air LIVE the NBC Sports App.
Texas Motor Speedway Stats; Saturday’s Andy’s Frozen Custard 300 will mark Retzlaff’s second start at the 1.5-mile Texas oval. During his debut in October of 2022, Retzlaff would qualify in the 23rd position and after making contact with another car on Lap-1 that would require repairs dropping him behind ten laps. At the conclusion of the 300-laps Retzlaff would be credited with the 21st position.
- FUNKAWAY; Headquartered in Waukegan, Illinois, FunkAway is a line of odor elimination products that removes the horrible effects of bad smells. Guaranteed to work on clothing, shoes, gear, pet products, car interiors and more, FunkAway allows customers to renew and refresh, rather than throw away. To learn more about FunkAway, visit Funkaway.com and connect on Instagram and Facebook. #FUNKINFAST31\
TRICON Garage (TRICON) announced today that Sport Clips Haircuts has joined the team in a collaboration with Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) for the upcoming NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (NCTS) event at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway. The longtime JGR partner will be featured on the No. 15 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro with driver Tanner Gray.
Sport Clips has been a proud partner of JGR for 15 seasons garnering success in both the Cup and Xfinity Series. The sports-themed haircutting franchise is headquartered in Georgetown, Texas and was established in 1993 with the mission of providing a championship haircut experience in an exciting sports environment. Sport Clips has more than 1,850 stores across the U.S. and Canada and is proud to be the only national hair care franchise with locations in all 50 U.S. states.
"We’re proud to expand our partnership with Coach Gibbs and welcome Sport Clips on board for Talladega,” said TRICON partner Johnny Gray. “Their brand has been a staple of our sport for several years, and we look forward to the opportunity of having Tanner build on the already rich racing history they’ve enjoyed in NASCAR.
In four full-time seasons of Truck Series competition, Gray has amassed 10 top-fives, 21 top-10s and one career pole award. In the series lone superspeedway race in 2023, the 24-year-old finished a season best second back in February at Daytona (Fla.) Int’l Speedway.
The Love’s RV Stop 250 at Talladega Superspeedway will be televised live on FOX Sports 1 at 1 p.m. ET on Saturday, September 30. Radio coverage will be provided by the Motor Racing Network and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
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Mike Kelley is our 2023 DAYTONA 500 CHAMPION crew chief and so far this year he has led the No. 47 Kroger Racing team to the iconic Daytona 500 victory, the first Round of 16 Playoffs, two top-fives, 8 top-10 and 15 top-15 finishes. When he’s not racing, we believe Mike and his wife, Dana, are superheroes in the racing community that are saving animals through their passionate work at Lake Norman Humane in Moorseville, N.C.
Mike plays a crucial role volunteering in many areas of need to keep the place running and Dana is the Director of Operations at Lake Norman Humane. Through their tireless efforts with the staff, they rescue, rehabilitate and rehome pets. Their work has not gone unnoticed by Kroger Racing partner Blue Buffalo™, maker of high-quality, natural food and treats that dogs and cats love.
Blue Buffalo™ has committed to donating product from their portfolio of high-quality, natural food and treats for both dogs and cats on a monthly basis for the next year to Lake Norman Humane.
“We’re a proud sponsor of JTG Daugherty Racing, and the work that Mike and Dana do to help pets find their forever homes is inspiring to all of us at Blue Buffalo,” said Rob Branham, Sr. Customer Manager, Blue Buffalo. “It’s a wonderful way to live out our mission to love, feed and treat all pets like family, and help dogs and cats in need.”
This news could not have come at a better time to help draw more attention to Lake Norman Humane, which is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit animal rescue that relies solely on the community’s generosity and donations to survive. On Tuesday night, they will hold their annual “A Night for Paws” fundraising event to help offset some of the costs to rescue animals, care for them, and provide medical needs.
Another esteemed partner of the race team, Sugarlands Distilling Company, will be providing spirits with a bar setup for those in attendance for dinner, live entertainment, raffles, and silent and live auctions. Tickets are still available for purchase on their website lakenormanhumane.org.
“It’s an event held annually to raise money and awareness about Lake Norman Humane,” said Mike Kelley. “Lake Norman Humane can house 60 cats, and 50 dogs in the facility and have a foster-based program where they pair up great people with extraordinary cases for short-term care.”
“On average Lake Norman Humane will have 400 dog adoptions, and 500 cat adoptions a year (a no kill shelter),”added Dana Kelley. “We do everything possible to ensure that every animal is adopted into a loving home.”
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