Cash mob Friday to help ADTS

"Hope to see you there," said ADTS executive director Patti MacAhonic.

Ann Davis Transition Society is holding a “Cash Mob” event at Murray Honda on Saturday, July 19 to raise funds for its programs and services.

“Hope to see you there,” said ADTS executive director Patti MacAhonic. “I will be personally barbecuing hotdogs for the cause, along with our board president Kathy Clement and Transition House Manager Shelley Bolan.”

ADTS served more than 2,600 people in the community last year, of whom 600 were children.

There will be hot dogs, balloons and refreshments next Saturday, July 19, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the dealership located at 44954 Yale Road West.

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