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ALSA: Not just a car club anymore

June 13, 2011

ALSA members gathered together for a community service project Saturday morning. Members of the club worked together to repair boards and add a new coat of paint to the house of Mr. and Mrs. Santos Duran. (HERALD photo/Amanda Moreno)

It's not all about cars for the ALSA Car Club of Big Spring. It's about doing what they can to help the community.

ALSA members joined together for a community service project at the house of Mr. and Mrs. Santos Duron Saturday morning.

“We were presented with this project and all the members decided it would be something we could help out with,” president of ALSA Car Club in Big Spring, Michael Dutchover, said.

According to Dutchover, the club is presented with different projects around town and the members will vote on which projects the club feels it is able to handle. This particular project included adding a fresh coat of paint and repairing some boards on the house and wheelchair ramp.

“We like to do as much as we can for the community,” Dutchover said.

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