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“Pedal to the Metal” a benefit for Meals on Wheels

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Event# 785-295-3980

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An adults only, summer evening of drag racing, live music, food and refreshments. Anyone with a steering wheel or handle bars, including motorcycles, can test their driving skills on the Heartland Park Topeka drag strip. Other activities will include live music, whack-a-car event and a racing simulator.

Cost is $40, which covers two drink tickets, dinner and the opportunity to “drag the strip” as many times as desired.

Tickets can be purchased at the Meals on Wheels office, Doug Richert Pontiac Cadillac, and online at meals-on-wheels-inc.org (Driving rules can be found at the website).

For more information please contact Kim Williams at 785-295-3980 or visit our website at www.meals-on-wheels-inc.org.

“Pedal to the Metal” a benefit for Meals on Wheels

Address : Heartland Park Topeka, 7530 SW Topeka Blvd Topeka KS
Phone : 785-295-3980   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 785-295-3999

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Admission Fee : $40.00

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