Racing for Kids to the Hill 2017

The 11th annual Racing for Kids to the Hill event was held on Wednesday, August 30 on Kercheval Avenue in Grosse Pointe Farms. As a national non-profit organization, Racing for Kids uses motorsports to raise funds for sick children. At the event, guests enjoyed a street fair celebration, local fare, music, games, a cocktail reception, and live auction.


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