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WHSV, February 5, 2020

On Wednesday, CMA's Valley Subaru surprised Camp LIGHT, a summer day camp for children with special needs and at-risk youth, with a check in the amount of $23,000.
This is the most money raised through the event for a local charity since they started Share the Love in the Shenandoah Valley in 2014.
Camp LIGHT was overwhelmingly the top organization people wanted to help out.
"How much work and how much effort is put in and how many lives this camp is touching... It was a no-brainer for us," Scott Simons, President and Managing Partner of CMA's Valley Dealerships, said.
Camp LIGHT said they are very thankful for the money as it can help send nearly 80 kids to their summer camp this year.
"We went from 190 campers last year to approximately about 220 is what we're looking for this year, so it will definitely help cover the expenses," Scott Balsley, President of Creative Works Farm, said. "If we wouldn't have had this, we would have been struggling a little bit more, so this is a true blessing."

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