16th Annual Cruisin’ to Drive Out Hunger

The 16th Annual Cruisin’ to Drive Out Hunger was hosted Friday, Aug. 17 at Westborn Market in Berkley by Forgotten Harvest. Guests watched the Dream Cruise, and food, cocktails, craft brews, music, a photo booth, dancing, and a silent auction were included. Proceeds benefitted Forgotten Harvest.


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