The Dakota Region Porsche Club held their second annual 2.4 Hours of Dakota fundraiser on February 25 in support of LSS Center for New Americans.
The event pits car enthusiasts of all ages against each other in a race for the finish line and the honor of claiming the coveted Porsche Cup. More than 40 cars participated with racers aged 8 to 70. A hotly contested competition was eventually won by Jacklyn Mollison (pictured proudly displaying her Porsche Cup).
The Dakota Region Porsche Club elected to donate proceeds from the event to LSS Center for New Americans to assist newly arrived refugees with transportation. With a record turnout this year, the Dakota Region Porsche Club was able to present LSS with a check for $1,550.
“This is our second year and, on behalf of the club, we’re thrilled it was such a success for LSS!” stated John Mollison, DRPC Event Director. “It was so good that people of all ages raced. We had nearly 40 racers from age 8 to 70!”
Please join us for next year’s event. For more information on the Porsche Club and the 2.4 Hours of Dakota race, please visit www.24Dakota.com.
Thank you to all the members of the Dakota Region Porsche Club and to all who came out to compete in the 2.4 Hours of Dakota race. See you again next year!
Jamie Lennon, Development Director
LSS Development & Foundation