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GM car show raises money for Veterans Outreach Center (access required)

More than 300 people visited General Motors Co.’s Rochester Operations on Saturday for a unique event that helped raise funds for Veterans Outreach Center of Rochester. GM Rochester Operations hosted its first car show that featured 65 classic and vintage cars and raised $1,600 for the charity. The show ran from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. “This ...
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