FALLBROOK – Four donations from the Fallbrook Vintage Car Club (FVCC) this month will benefit children of all ages. The first donation was given to the Fallbrook Sports Association, which is the governing board of the Ingold Sports Park. This is the only sports complex in a 15-mile radius and is an integral part of the community. Each week it provides a venue for organized sports activities for approximately 3,500 individuals from children to seniors.
When the FVCC received a request from Operation Showers of Appreciation, the donation was immediately approved. This program helps military families by having baby showers for the expecting mothers and providing gifts. The FVCC is all too familiar with the hardships that have been put on military families and are always willing to help.
FVCC members are also always happy to contribute to the schools in Fallbrook and donating to the music program at William H. Frazier Elementary School was a special delight. After five years without one, the school’s PTA is funding a music program for all students, kindergarten through sixth grade. The FVCC appreciates all the work involved in helping educate the young.
The car club also made a donation to the Fallbrook Villa Soccer U8 Boys team. The Villa Soccer U8 Boys are ages six- to eight-years-old and this will be their first full season as a team. The donation will help offset the cost of new backpacks, tournament fees, and player development.
To become involved in the Fallbrook Vintage Car Club, (no vintage car ownership required), visit www.fallbrookvintagecarclub.org or call (760) 723-1181.