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Thousands raised for cancer during Seventh Annual Cruise Night Car Show

  Approximately 140 cars, ranging in years 1932 to 2022, helped raise more than $4,000 for Mom’s Cancer Fighting Angels during the 7th Annual American Cancer Society Relay For Life Cruise Night Car Show at Fuddruckers on Sunday evening. Local businesses Junkster and Fuddruckers sponsored the event. More than 1,000 people attended the popular event, according to event organizer/cancer survivor Guy Moley. He thanked everyone for their support in helping to fight cancer.
Kearra Bellerose and lung cancer survivor Lance Blais (at right) won the 50-50 (worth $220) and donated it back to Mom’s Cancer Fighting Angels. Blais also won a trophy for best motorcycle.
Mom’s Cancer Fighting Angels team members, pictured from left to right in front of the row of cars: John Gilmore, Darlene Coates, Alexis Comeau, Jodi Comeau, John Melanson, Guy Moley and Brenda Moley.
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While event organizer Guy Moley read the names of those lost to cancer, Alexis Comeau (at left) rang the bell in their memory.
Revere residents Vittoria, 4, and Milania Procopio, 8, by a 2002 Camaro Z28, 700 horsepower sports car.
Fairmount Avenue resident Emma Guarente sold lemonade for charity. Local business Junksters cosponsored the event.
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Saugus Police Officer Domenic Montano won a Kid’s Choice trophy for his Jurassic Park explorer.
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Robert Brady won a Fuddruckers Choice trophy for his 1962 Cadillac.
Saugus resident Daniel Murphy is shown beside his 1952 Willys Aero 2-door, which won Car of the Week at Tuesday’s Cruise Night (an event series) at Fuddruckers. It has a 605 Hemi engine producing 820 horsepower.

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